Got this idea from EFC, except her’s was for composing 😛
You’ve been typing/writing for two hours straight and you didn’t even realize it.
Playlist is filled with film scores of different moods which you never want to delete because you’re sure that someday you’ll need to listen to just that theme while writing a odd part for your story.
The general response from friends is “Write some more”, which means it was all baloney after all.
You compare your characters to other fictional characters or real people.
You’re drawn to any blog with the titles including the words Write, Writer, etc.
You actually will do some studying if it will only help your book come out more realistic.
You base your characters off of your real life friends, and than confuse their names. (You wouldn’t think so, but it’s happened to me before. I’ll refer to our Pastor as Pastor Carmichael when it should really be Pastor Hudelson! 😛 And Vice Versa.)
You DO get writer’s block.
You seem to have conversations with your characters about their destiny; and they battle back at you.
When you can write spontaneous bantering between characters and know EXACTLY what each and everyone of them would say.
When you add ridiculous rabbit trails at the end of a book because you never want it to end.