Yes, it helps out with my grammar, also helps by feed back to improve a plot in a better way. Or by not dragging out a curtain character.
I love reader feedback, but it isn't helfpul to me in the sense that I use reader feedback in any way for my writing.
I've always felt that reader criticism is more of a distraction than anything. If the critics had such great ideas, they'd be writing them down!
I don't get much reader feed back.
I live for reader feedback. It's part of the motivation for writing.
Absolutely! As long as it's constructive.
Reader feed-back does help because it helps me make my next novel better.
Oh yes. It gives me insight on the structure of what I have written and lets me know if I have accomplished all that I have put into what is written.
no. everyone has different suggestions.
Of course. Writers fall in love with their words, we need others to tell us what sucks.
Yes...there is nothing like criticism, constructive or not, to make you humble and get you back on track.
To an extent. I have to trust my own vision too, though. Criticism for its own sake is different than an honest and well-spoken opinion.