Do you find yourself in cycles where you love what you write until you hate it? I've realised this is a necessity as you become complacent if you don't look at your work critically and is just a sign that you are, at the very least, becoming better at spotting flaws. But more often than not, I find my entire style is utter garbage because I don't have the vocabulary to express what is happening. Just look at this, I used Prowritingaid.com and it said that I had vocabulary that was more dynamic (unique words/total) than 1% of ProWritingAid users. I use these words a lot: (It's a 25 000 word text) could - 78 feel/feels/feeling/felt - 50 hear/heard - 25 initial -ing - 105 knew/know - 103 This is what Hemingway had to say, if you are familiar with the site: 187 of 2060 sentences are hard to read and 58 of 2060 are very hard to read. So I guess it's easy to read, at least. I know I just need to read and write more but it feels like I will never finish anything that I'm proud of... I guess I'm way too early in my career to even consider it. Ps: Thanks for reading my rant. I just needed to get it out there.