I'm a writer... and by that I mean that I write a lot (and would like to be published one day). Last night, I had the oddest dream. In the dream, I was becoming one of my characters. I don't recall noticing it right away, but toward the end of the dream, I looked in the mirror and had his shade of blonde hair, his shade of blue eyes, and my hair was even as "sloppy" as his is often described to be. The oddest thing about the dream was that the "change" didn't scare me in the slightest. If anything, it was... comforting? Yeah, comforting. It's not the first time I've had such dreams. The first one I can recall so vividly that wasn't a nightmare, though... I guess what I'm wondering is how common it is for writers to have such dreams? I suppose it makes sense, since when we write so much, our characters become a big part of our lives. But have any other writers here had dreams of actually becoming/being one of their characters? I can't stop thinking about the dream. Especially how I almost felt comforted at the idea of being him. :unsure: I wonder if, perhaps, there could be a reason for that?