10 Awkward Writing Moments #writing #writers #IATRG #amwriting

Brilliant! Some of these seem strangely familiar (and I’m sure some others will occur in due course…) Thanks for sharing…

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1. Your reader turns to you, after reading your draft, and says “I don’t get it..sorry” – cue awkward moment and sharp intake of breath.

2. Your reader turns to you, whilst reading your draft, and says “I don’t understand why they (characters) don’t talk to each other”. You look away and say quietly “because one is dead” – cue awkward moment followed by some loud sighing on your part.

3. One of your parents reads your work and raises their eyebrows / puts on a shocked face as they plough through one of your intimate scenes – cue awkward silence and loud gulp from you as you realise that it goes on for 3 pages and they are not even on page two.

4. You ask your partner to read your story which you position as ‘a work of literary art’, their unprompted response after reading – “is that…

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