There just weren't enough hours in my days during the month of March. Writing was relegated to the backseat, and the blog has been on hiatus.
It will be up and running on April 1 for the A to Z Challenge. If you're new here, pertinent info and links can be found at Jumping Into the A To Z Challenge.
In the meantime, here's a teaser related to my theme.
Introverts are snobs. Extroverts are bossy loud-mouths. Introverts are great listeners. Extroverts are happier. Everyone is either a complete introvert or extrovert. All of these are true. None of these are true.
None of these are entirely true. Brain imaging studies do show that introverts and extroverts process some information and external stimuli differently. Introverts seem to use more information processing regions; they may require more solitude and reflection time to problem solve and decide on courses of action. Extroverts tend to be expressive and comfortable in social situations and appear energetic; but this does not necessarily mean that they are happier or better adjusted than introverts. People generally lean toward one particular end of the spectrum, but it's rare for anyone to be at one extreme or the other 100% of the time.
When crafting a character for a story, do you give any thought as to whether he/she is an introvert or an extrovert? How would you describe your own personality?
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