I recently watched an hour long seminar of Ray Bradbury giving advice to aspiring writers. He basically came out and said that all of his "great short stories" were written "in a few hours." I was just wondering: While this might ring true for him, does this necessarily ring true for everyone else? To put it bluntly, I'm not an 'explosive writer' like Mr. Bradbury. I typically find myself writing only a few hundred words at a time, looking back, and thinking... maybe revising a bit before continuing for a few hundred. I'm not the type to sit down and write a few thousand words in a given sitting without having to take a substantial break. What 'type' of writer are you?