The Closet Writer is basically a writer who likes to keep their work incredibly private. Writing is an incredibly personal art and it takes a lot of courage to share it, and you just haven't had that courage yet. But keeping your work private may be keeping it from reaching its full potential- criticism (both good and bad) will help you improve.
The Shiny New Idea Writer is constantly coming up with new book ideas. As a Shiny New Idea Writer, inspiration is always around the corner, but this constant stream of new ideas makes it hard for you to stick with one book at a time.
The Under-writer struggles to hit their word count goal because they don't allow themselves the freedom to write freely and make mistakes. Although every line you write is gorgeous and well-crafted, because you don't allow yourself to have a sloppy first draft, your writing takes a long time and risks being choppy rather than flowing naturally.
The Over-Writer is a writer who is always exceeding their anticipated page count. This is the type of writer who was going for a 70,000-word book and accidentally ends up at the 170,000-word mark...oops. This can be a great gift, but because you feel like every detail is equally important you don't have the best editorial instincts.
You believe in your manuscript so much so that (even though you’ve only written two chapters) you’re already thinking about who would star in a movie adaptation of your book. Although believing in your book and pushing for yourself are great qualities, thinking too far ahead risks limiting your options and distracting you from writing.