Cacoethes scribendi (ka-koh-eth-ess skri-ben-dee): A mania for writing; or writing regarded as an ingrained bad habit. The Latin phrase, derived from Greek, comes from Juvenal's Seventh Satire, and has been found in English writings since the 16th century.
Hello! I go by the moniker Owen, however despite the name, I am actually a woman. I enjoy writing fiction, and genres I often venture into are fantasy, mystery and horror. I don't know if my writing is even readable, but it simply happens.