How do writer's write? Every writer has his or her own style of writing, and their own way of getting started. We do know that writers do have a "process" or way of writing--and once started, the writer moves back and forth as he or she composes to ensure that the reader will understand the writer's words and images.
Why are the yellow blobs of ink bouncing?
Writers share and show each other what they've done. They talk about what works and what doesn't. That's called Peer Review. Remember: Be kind. As writers, we depend on each other for honest thoughts about our ideas -- and we say what we think in positive ways. We share because it helps us grow as writers when we know what our "readers" "see" in our writing.
Read more on our process here.