Yes I do. I am eager for it to be seen, but often after showing it, I will rewrite. Hmmm, come to think of it, I do this a lot.
Only my wife. No one else.
Yes, I always show rough drafts. Most of my friends cant wait long enough to see the final copy!
Yes I do - my husband.
Yes, my Beta Readers. Usually they are either fans of my genre or other writers.
I do, actually. Most of my writings in deviantART and Writerscafe.org are on their first draft. I usually go by the creed that rough drafts are raw emotion. Most often, I'd opt for raw emotion on my work than the usual technicalities.
I try to, but finding someone willing to listen is harder than it seems.
Once. I won't ever do it again.
Absolutely. I couldn't function as a writer without my critique partners. I depend on them to see plot holes, dropped threads, and grammatical errors that I'm too close to the work to see.
I have at least 4 people who always read my drafts as I write. They tell me what works, what doesn't and always help me over the humps when I get stuck. These people are as valuable as the final readers.
Yes, I try and share my writings with people that I trust. I also want people who may not agree with my opinions to read my work so I can get a better understanding of their point of view.
I welcome editing and suggestions though sometimes it is hard to swallow.
Only my current fantasy novel. My oldest son enjoyed the first one so much, he hasn't been able to wait for the finished product.
Yes, there are a few friends & co-workers.
Yes, my sister. She is a good editor and a good reader, plus she doesn't have any problem giving me an honest opinion. If she doesn't like it, she is going to tell me. There isn't any feelings spared.
Yes. My brother is practically my partner in writing. I can't do anything without discussing it with him and his opinion matters most to me in the world. He solves my writer's block problems, helps with brainstorming, and always encourages everything I try my hand at. I don't know what I would do without him.