My grammar check quite obviously failed grammar in school.
These last 1000 words (not in order, just here and there) have been a nightmare to write. I've had to do some major storyline restructuring, which is a bum.
Sometimes you've got to take a character you love and rip their heart to pieces, or make them into a complete jerk and then send them to reform school (that's a metaphor, by the way. There are no reform schools in my story). But, hey, at least I know now how it feels like to be someone like K.
Characters sometimes just mock me by going 'nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah, I'm a generic cliche, and you're so bad at writing you can't make me better!'. Ditto with dialogue.
I have missed countless amounts of Top Gear because I'll be writing, it'll be nearly eight thirty, and then I'll go - 'I'll just write a couple more words,' and then before you know it it's ten and you've missed it.
When you write something you love homework suddenly becomes that much more unappealing. Who wants to study physics when you have a novel screaming at you to hurry up and finish?
When I write it's like one massive revenge attack. A schoolkid has no voice, but...a writer does.