Anne Clare knows how to pair personal experience with advice for writers and makes the presentation interesting. Read on.
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Most of the anecdotes that come to mind when I consider the importance of knowing one’s audience have to do with pregnancy.
I could tell tales of the highly detailed ‘birth stories’ related to me by more experienced friends when I was still an innocent little unmarried lass. Kindly meant, but talk about terrifying…
I might also tell some of the stories random people would relate once I was obviously expecting: tales of delivery room drama, tragic losses, and parenting woes. Not exactly topics you want to be thinking about as the “D day” looms.
Of course, after three rounds in the delivery room, these stories have lost any power to shock me. (Now I have my own to tell, ha HA! But I won’t…) Only one still stings. My best anecdote for this post comes from 10 months after my first child was…
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