If you haven't read this post about the two words you should never say when getting critiqued you really should. So head over to Writer Unboxed and give it a try.
I've got family coming in town this week so I'll be a little scarce on the blogosphere. See you all next week!
I had one person I used to beta read for me do that all the time. I drove me nuts.ReplyDelete
Great link. Thanks for sharing. Have a great time with your family!ReplyDelete
Great link to article. I don't argue with readers. They have a right to their opinion as I do.ReplyDelete
I haven't had much (any) experience with critiques or CPs, but this was good food for thought for when I get to that point.ReplyDelete
Have a great week and a fun time with the family.
Thanks, Mark. Even having had critiques and beta reads it's a great reminder on how to accept criticism.Delete
That was a great post. Have fun with your family.ReplyDelete
Great post recommendation. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoyed it.Delete
Nice post--thanks for sharing. Enjoy your time with your family! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Lara, I'm super excited to see them.Delete
Yeah, but gets you nowhere in life :DReplyDelete
Have fun with your family!!
Hi Sara!! Hope you have a great time with your family. Hope you're having a wonderful summer.ReplyDelete
Eep, so true! I have to fight the tendency... Starting a synopsis early on is a good way to help beat it :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the link to that great article.ReplyDelete
Have fun with your family!
on my way...ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoyed it.Delete
That was very enlightening. We have ALL said those immortal words. I like the advice the author gives. Find out WHY...
Thanks for sharing and have a great time with your family.
Heading over to check it out. :-)ReplyDelete
I echo, Michael Di Gesu.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, Sara.
Seriously, those two words!ReplyDelete
Have fun with the fam!
I'm just about ready to send some stuff through to a "brainstorming buddy".ReplyDelete
Thanks for the link.
Forewarned is forearmed.
Writer In Transit
Yeah but I was going to read that article... so I did and it was awesome - and so true (sigh :)ReplyDelete
PS: Have fun with the family - and no ifs ands or buts about it... yeah! :)
An absolutely brilliant link. Thanks for sharing that. I admit being guilty of this when I first started. :)ReplyDelete
I totally understand busy family schedules making a person scarce in the blogosphere!ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a nice time with the family. (:ReplyDelete
Enjoy your family time! We'll all still be here. :) And I am so guilty of saying, "Yeah, but...". I need to be more conscious of that.ReplyDelete