I am, however, a fantastic nonfiction writer when I want to be one. I'm great at grammar, sentence structure, and conveying information in a clear, concise manner. Mr. K must have hammered the "concise and precise" theory into the very core of my brain in AP Comp because it's as if I'm incapable of droning on with useless information. It just makes sense to get in, tell it like it is, and get out. Maybe I don't actually prefer to write this way, but it seems most efficient to me. Why waste people's time with unnecessary information?
In reality, I'm like this in my social life as well. I've always been the quiet one, not because I'm scared to speak but because I'm an observer by nature and do not like to offer useless comments. I'm not sure it is a strength or weakness, but it does explain why my blog posts are rarely more than a couple paragraphs!