9 Questions Your Family Will Probably Ask You About Your Writing At Some Point


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog with 9 Questions Your Family Will Probably Ask You About Your Writing At Some Point

Meg Dowell Writes

1. “So what is it that you write about, exactly?” (Oh God. Uh, is ‘everything’ an appropriate answer to this question? Listen, your curiosity in my everyday endeavors is greatly appreciated and I love you, but also, how dare you.)

2. “Can I send you something I wrote? Maybe you could give it a quick once-over.” (……………Sure.)

3. “Oh you write. Have you read [insert book by famous author]?” (Insert long drawn-out story about how I didn’t read a Stephen King book until I was 27 and I was doing just fine before that actually haha.)

4. “I’ve always wanted to write but can’t ever find time. How do you do it?” (Step one: Cry. Step two: Accept that I’ll never be up-to-date on all pop culture references known to other members of my generation. Step three: Talk about how I never have enough time to write. Step four: …)

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