Writing is rewarding in its inconsistency. Half of the time, your fingers can fly across the keyboard where your stream of consciousness flows like a river. Nothing can stop you as you ride these waters of inspiration – but there are plenty of moments where you’ll get caught on something. How should this sentence be structured? What’s the purpose of this paragraph? Mulling over these questions can cut off your momentum in discouraging bouts, but when freeing yourself from these snags with the word or idea you searched for, drifting back into the stream is utterly satisfying. Typoman: Revised invokes a similar up and down process with its game design, but do its inkwells tapped in novelty dry up before you reach the last page?