The Personality Book Tag

This is FABULOUS!. I didn’t know lay people, people without degrees in psychology/counseling/psychiatry could get this. I love it and where can I get a full copy?


I follow a blog called Trice Read that posted this tag today. I use Meyers Briggs personality types to help me develop characters.

If you want you can do this tag, I’m not going to tag a bunch of people but I’m curious to see what your personality is!

Get your free MBTI personality test at Sixteen Personalities or Personality Page.

All pictures in this post were borrowed from the Sixteen Personalities website.

What is your MBTI personality type?

So I retake this test often. I thought that the INFJ fit me to a T, but T must stand for “today” because after taking the test it says I am an ENFJ, but in my defense  extrovert and introvert are pretty split down the middle. So I’ll play the game today. I have the “Protagonist” personality which I absolutely love.

“Protagonists are natural-born leaders, full of passion and charisma. Forming…

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Writing prompt, anyone? Let’s get that river of creative energy raging

This is so great! Timothy Pike has started a new class for aspiring writers, building their confidence and spurring them on to achievement. I’m in, even though I’m sort of between a novice and a getting-paid author. But that’s okay. I write for the Lord, and He will guide me with a lot of help from my friends. Reblogged from

What Inspires Your Writing?

Today’s visual writing prompt: Your favorite character somehow ends up in this setting. What is he or she thinking (or saying) right now?

For inspiration, think about how your character would react to a setting like this, the events that may have led your character here in the first place, or any surprises that await.

Photo credit: Ales Krivec

You can write as much as you want, but 35?40 words is plenty. Why only 35?40 words? I want to give you a taste of everyday life in the Page-a-Week Writers Club.

Post your response below, and star any others your like!

Then, find out more about the soon-to-be-launched Page-a-Week Club:

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