Get them out, read them, throw away the rubbish, and edit/rewrite the one you like, then show them to some friends that you trust, for some constructive feedback. If any are really good, enter a local competition.
Go back over them and add to them, read them again and add as you go and then give to people you will feel more confident that way.
Join a writers' group or a critique group and show them to other people. I find that when I look back at old manuscripts I wrote years ago, I can't believe how bad they are. Writers improve with time!
Read them over again and see how you feel about them now. If you haven't been writing in the meantime, I would ask you why you stopped.
Put it out there. Throw caution and judgment to the wind. All they can do is say boo. And, who are they anyway?
Life is an adventure! L’aventure. L’aventure.
Audace! Audace! Toujour audace. Attack! Attack! Always attack.
Full speed ahead and damn the torpedoes!
Life is a ruin for the faint hearted.
Better a foolish victory than a wise defeat.
Give me Liberty or Give me Death ( But Liberty is preferable!)
Faint heart never won fair lady.
Carpe diem. Seize the day!
Never give up the ship.
No sir, I have not yet begun to fight.
Never Give up.
Never give up.
Live with the rejection!
Eat the negatives!
Never give up - while there is breath in your body.
Never give up.
Work on them, get them up to scratch - don't overdo them -- baking them too hard won't make them taste good - and get them submitted, or go for self-publishing with your best works.
Ask yourself why you never showed them to anyone else! If you fear or cringe from ciritcism, don't offer your mss for publication. Writers who don't have thick skins suffer. A lot. If you think they're pretty good, and you don't mind opinion, then send one or more off to a manuscript assessor. S/he will give a report of the ms' strengths and weaknesses, and probably suggest improvements. Try http://www.affordablemanuscriptassessments.com for an affordable, no-frills service.
What ever you do, do not throw them out.
Show them to friends and family, get some feed back. Opinions and advice help encourage us and cement direction.
Ideas come to us, they may not be completed, but it is important to get them down on to paper while they are still fresh in our minds. You may use them, or you may not. It may take a while before you do use them, but these are your inspirational moments, and it is from these that we build on.
Write a book, again give it to family and friends to have a look at, let them review it as you are progressing.
If we wait until we feel totally comfortable about writing something, it is usually to late, or it may never happen at all, thereby letting an oportunity to share our creativity slip by.
Show it to a close friend or somebody that reads similar writings. You will never know if you don't get somebodies opinion & it will always be a "What if?" for the rest of your life. It will be something you will regret later in life.
keep them safe, and dont publish it on the web.
Don't let them gather dust. Get them out, swallow your pride and do something with them! Be bold and show them to someone, re-work if necessary. Why do all that work all for nought? No writing project is abandoned for me - it's sitting there waiting for me to go back and finish one day.
www.authonomy.com - ID Uttuku and your number, can you be what others will loath? To survive is to grow.
keep them safe on your file you can reversed it and add more salt to make it test better that yesterday because writer always what he /she see is new
cut and paste them into a folder and print it.......allow the laws of nature and its subtle influence to affect and perfect the work.