At worst, they laugh. If you can't deal with a little negative commentary, and even outright ridicule, then you can't function as a published author whose work is available to all. And who knows? They might love your work. It can never hurt to make the effort to seek self-improvement, even if you yourself don't have confidence in your efforts at first.
Keep rereading them. Sooner or later you will feel good enough about yourself where you won't question showing them to anyone. You'll publish them!
Keep them. All of them and never ever throw any of them away. And, every once in a while, go through them and see what is interesting. Maybe one day you are going to publish them.
That's what I would do.
Let the story speak itself - after all as a writer - it's truly not "your" story, it's the characters.
Donít let people define you, define yourself. If you have writings you wish you shared, share them, the moment you give someone power over you is the moment you allow yourself to be a victim. Donít do that. Youíre never going to get away from rejection, and I would absolutely argue against it being a sad fact of life. Itís only sad if you give in to the victim mentality. Rather see it as an opportunity for free information. Even badly given criticism can offer good information if valid, and if not, then it is an opportunity to better gain confidence in the uniqueness of you. Ultimately, youíre the only you, and no matter how fast the world turns or how lost you may feel, it is what you make of it, win, lose or fail. And speaking of failing, how can you really know what success is until you do truly fail. So live a little, live to succeed!
I would start showing someone.
I published everything I once wrote in the internet but I removed it when I recognized that no one likes it
Show someone. Right now! Stop reading this interview and go. I'm not going to say you aren't in for some ego bruising, but that only makes you a better you. The whole purpose of putting something down for posterity is so someone somewhere will read it. Don't make it a time capsule for the future. Close your eyes, grit your teeth, and hand it over. That's all there is to do.
Show them to me! I promise I won't laugh at you even if they are terrible.
Trust and believe in yourself and put your writings into the public forum. A good way is to either create your own Website or use one of the Social Networks like facebook.
Donít burn them. Yet. The writing may be terrible and the stories ill-conceived, but you never know what you could turn those into given a few more years.
Read them again, edit them, and publish.
Keep everything, you never know when it might come in handy. I go through my files for old ideas all the time.
Pick out the really good bits and find a new home for them in your current works! Never, ever throw anything away. All it needs is some reworking.
You have to show someone you know if you want to do something with it. If you don't, keep it hidden. I didn't think about publishing my work until I had heard that it was good enough to publish by family, friends, and complete strangers. I had meager expectations and I still do. I would do the same and not think too highly until someone else gives good feedback. I hear about too many horror stories about someone who thinks their work is great, but an expert doesn't think so.