Not sure why, other than maybe they are including it in their match-up packages, which are for sale, and are no longer displaying it for free.I'm still going to use their hardcopy I printed off a few months ago, but keep in mind it's just that...a hard copy from a few months ago.)Personality Page's view of the opposing dominant being a good fit means that the "natural partner is the ESTP, or the ESFP.I signed on and, after finishing the ending of my novel, started on a brand new one for the challenge!Though the book I'm publishing is part of a series, I took a break from that fantasy world to delve into the mysterious sci-fi realm of space and time travel. I doubt I'll have 50,000 words by the end of July, but it will be a good start.And as for friends, I'd really appreciate a Sam in my life.I'm forever in pursuit of projects that take me down a lonesome road.Sometimes the INFJ needs a good Sam to see us through the monster-infested realities of life :-) This sounds like my wife and I to a tee.Very early on in our relationship we both had to resolve to not run away from conflict, even if the other person didn't pick up on the fact that the other was upset.
I finished weaving part of my original ending back into my novel. Was literally burning the candle at both ends to get it finished (I'm sure many, many of you relate to that).ISFJ's dominant function of Introverted Sensing is best matched with a partner whose dominant function is Extraverted Sensing."Honestly, this looks like a really good match on the surface.As nurturers ourselves, I think we'd be drawn quite naturally to the ISFJ.Also created a Facebook Fan Page, which I'll link you guys to when it's finally set up and branded to match the book cover.
Also, the publishing agency I'm working with called for a team challenge during July's Camp Na No Wri Mo (where members try to write a 50,000-word novel in one month).
They prefer harmony and are good listeners, perceptive, and service-oriented.