Check out this intriguing post from Author Megan Morgan on the value of being told you suck as an author.
I’m trying out something new on the blog: adding clickable, shareable tweets to my posts for reader’s tweeting convenience. I don’t know if this will make a lick of difference, but a lot of blogs do it and I want to be one of the cool kids. In the spirit of this post’s subject matter, feel free to tell me it sucks!
Constructive criticism is a vital resource necessary for any writer to grow. Especially when you’re a new, unseasoned writer, but even those who have been in the game for a long time need their mistakes pointed out. After all, how will you learn what to fix if you don’t know what needs fixed? Unfortunately, it also means you have to grow a thick skin–something new writers don’t come equipped with.
I value constructive criticism on my work. I want suggestions and feedback from editors and readers alike, letting…
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