I've let this chapter hang for two days now.
I've left this chapter hanging for two days now.
This chapter has been hanging for two days now.
I've dragged this chapter out for two days now.
Do all these sentences sound natural?
Like if something is left hanging it's left unresolved or unaddressed. So if you're reading a book, but if you're not ready for the second hand embarrassment, you put it away for a while. This is what this question is basically about. Like you haven't been able to finish reading a chapter, cause you always end up putting the book away for a couple hours.
Someone was reading a book. And a particular chapter was too cliched and cringey. So that person was reading it on and off for two days.
Second context: Someone's writing a book and has hit a writer's block and is having trouble finishing this chapter.
The context I had in my mind was former.