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Does reader feed-back help you?
 
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Feedback I've gotten has not been all that helpful to me thus far. One person said about a political piece I wrote that I sounded too lofty. I don't know really what that means or how to change it or even if it should be changed. I do enjoy feedback, however. 


I thrive on objective feedback. I am always wondering how this sounds to the average reader. Is my message coming across the way it should be? Are the characters reading how I want them to?

The problem is the only feedback I get is through friends and family and they are always too eager to please. Constructive criticism is hard to come by.
 


Reader feedback helps a lot. You sometimes can't see obvious little things that don't work in the book when you've been working on it everyday for months. 


Yes, as long as it is considered and not hung up on minor details. I like people to have an emotional reaction and express this. 


In the process of writing my novels I absolutely must have a group of other writers who read my stuff as it is being created. Their feedback is vital. They see, hear, taste and smell what's going on in ways I did not imagine. I cannot tell you how important that is.

I cannot write all by myself. I must have feedback.
 


Absolutely. Reader feedback allows me to track where I need to show more of my character or up the conflict level. It lets me know if what I am doing works! Imagine trying to cook if you weren't allowed to taste the food yourself or to let anyone else try it. That's what writing is like without any reader feedback! 


Reader feedback, for me, is essential. It lets me know if anyone enjoys what I have written and gives the reader a chance to voice their opinion. 


Feedback falls into two basic categories. Category one: "What am I supposed to do with this fish!?" Category two: "You forgot to dot your I." 


Yes. 


No because the way of the world is not my way. I take my Creator's way. 


Definitely, when it's done in love and is constructive then I can flow with that and purpose within myself to seriously take into consideration the suggestions readers give me. 


On occasion if I'm working on something big or just a short story to help improve my on my writing skills, but if its just a random short story that I just have to get out of my head then I don't generally ask for or like reader feed-back. 


Yes. But in terms of my fiction writing, I have allowed but one reader so far. 


Oh yes, without question. People expressing their emotions and thoughts are extremely helpful. Any artist in any field, regardless of what level of success is attained, should be open to an honest critique.

Positive comments are wonderful and necessary; but where we actually learn is when folks question something they didn't like or understand. Personally, I've always been grateful when an individual (and sometimes a small group) raise a point that I'd not seen prior to publishing. I'd be lost without reader's feedback, so long as whatever is given is genuine and not empty criticism without foundation.
 



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