As TL points out in her post, writing can be lonely work. It can leave you staring at your work going "gah, this sucks!" It can make you a little crazy... :) But it's important to emphasize those things that you actually are good at. If only because we can all be a little too hard on ourselves. Am I right?
To be perfectly honest, I hate talking about myself. Even coming up with something here is difficult. Self promotion absolutely kills me. I put a smile on and try to be positive about my books and my work, but there's always a part of me inside (and most days this part is overwhelmingly most of me) that's absolutely certain everything I've written is utter crap. That there's a reason why my sales and amazon rankings stink. (I'm really not fishing for compliments here, just being honest.) So, attempting to think of something that I actually feel I do well? It kind of makes me think of everything I don't do well. Which is just utterly backward in so many ways.
So, yeah, something that I think I sometimes do decently? Opening lines. I can write a really decent opening line, sometimes if I'm lucky, opening paragraph. Openings are my favorite part and I love putting something together fun and attention grabbing. Now, if only the rest of the book went so well....
What about you? What are you good at when it comes to your writing, or just in general?