I saw a writers’ meme (?) on Facebook the other day.
I reposted it and tagged my husband, apologising, because there have been many times when I am writing something and I burst out mid-sentence, reading what I’ve written out loud. He immediately understood what it meant. I told him I’d wait to be alone in future and his response was, “Nah. You won’t. You’ll just forget about it in the moment, and just go on reading out loud as you normally do.”
I am ashamed to say that he’s probably right.
Writer’s Write does a few of
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