Writing can bring on a host of feelings for the writer; it can make them feel amazing, putting a huge smile on their face and a spring in their step. Writing can dissolve the writer into floods of tears, casting a feeling of dark gloom over their little world. Writing can send shivers down the writer’s spine, leaving them feeling uncomfortable and frightened of shadows on the walls.
Writing can also leave a writer cringing with embarrassment, a radish red face and burning cheeks.
Here are 20 reasons why a writer might be feeling this way:
- They have just read a story that they wrote years ago. Their brain keeps reminding them about how they used to think that this story would set the literary world on fire. They can now clearly see why it never made the New York Times Best Sellers List.
- The writer has just noticed a…
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