Just start off by showing your family first like a sibling or another close member then possibly start showing friends.
SHOW THEM, DANCE WITH THE RHYTHM OF LIFE.... JUST DO IT! GET IN THE GAME DEAR ONE GET IN THE GAME!!! Walk In Beauty!
I think that writing is a part of who you are and is also an expression of yourself. If you are married or are in a serious relationship, I think it is perfectly appropriate to bring out those peices. Or even to your best friend. Why not? It's showing what you love to do, and it's something that you created. They should give there opinion and except it. Sometimes opinions from other people builds confidence, and helps with error. You never know till you try.
Keep them until you decide what to do with them.
Or throw them away.
Dust them off, point them up, collect them in a folder and at the next large family get together, produce and read them. Ask for honest opinions and if you like what you hear, write more. Everyday.
try to post it in social network.
they will read n comment on your story.
show it. Like I said, I believe history is the only judge of written works.
I recommend that you reread them and possibly ask a friend or a family member to take a look at what you write. You will be surprised at what you can find out about your ability to write by taking a look at something that you wrote a long time ago but never did anything with.
Read through them again. It's silly, but I keep all of the things I write, bad or not. Its because then I can see the progression of myself. Its interesting to see what I wrote in first grade, or even in fifth.
If there any good, show them around, if they stink, forget 'em.
If you want to be a writer you can't be an audience of one. I never called myself a writer when I was filling reporter's notebooks, that would've been a sure-fire way to get teased. So my advice would be 'show someone' but not just any someone it has to be someone you trust, someone who preferably is a writer or teaches writing, someone who will give you an honest opinion. No one likes a bad review but if you want to be a writer you have to get used to a) other people's opinion of your work and b) rejection. Take a piece of work you really like and don't make a big deal of getting someone to read it.
Or you could just sign up to one of the many writing workshops or classes offered all over the country. Our writing matures the more we learn or experience. I'm proud to call myself a writer (unpublished - for now)
do what you feel like, follow your inner voice, it always shows you the right path
Type them up, print them out, and look at them. Or, save them on your iPod and look at them. Find some friends and family who would be willing to critique them for you, perhaps even help organize them into categories or publication sources (e.g., a pile for chapbooks, a pile for magazines).
And don't throw them away! I already culled my existential herd, and I regretted it later.
You never know when a seemingly useless fragment will inspire something great!
Show people. You'll know if it's any good by the feedback you get and the great thing about writing is it's like exercising, the more you do it, the better and easier it becomes. I really think that everyone has something worth writing about and a story to tell.
Try a writers' course, which is like a writers' workshop environment, however you do learn a lot about how to present your work in a way acceptable to publishers.