Why Writers Make Incredible Friends

Hey guys, just a short one tonight. I’m going to have a longer post for you after the Easter weekend but this was something I found interesting and I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

I was contacted last week by someone who came across my blog. They found this post from the New Year where I linked to an external article – shock horror! This person linked me to an infographic they made about why writers make incredible friends, and I guess I’m a little biased but I’d have to say it’s true!

I’m cautious of many approaches to my blog about this kind of stuff – I want it to be valuable to you guys and avoid spammy linkbuilders, as I detail here – but this seems interesting. My favourites are numbers 4, 6 and, of course, 8!

Just for the record, I’m not bigging myself – or other writers – up here. I’m selective of my friends as it is, and I like to think I’m a good friend too but that’s not to say non-writers are crap friends as they’re really not. The labels don’t really help here, I guess.

As always, you’ll have to judge for yourself but everyone should have at least one writer friend!

Why Writers Make Incredible Friends infographic


6 comments on “Why Writers Make Incredible Friends

  1. That’s a great graphic. All apply to me except #7 – party planning? Really?
    And #8 is a bit silly. But the others all work. Funny. Thanks for sharing.


    • davemccreery says:

      Thanks, I’m glad you like it! Yeah, 7 is a bit hit and miss – I know people who would really agree and those who wouldn’t. I’m not sure where I stand yet haha. I do think 8 is a bit of a joke but it made me laugh all the same.

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  2. This is hilarious. Thank you so much for sharing! I look forward to future posts. If you’re ever interested in some awesome book reviews and musings, be sure to follow! Thanks!


  3. triSARAHtops says:

    I love this! Thanks for sharing!


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