When to Ignore Negative Feedback — A Writer’s Path

If you’ve ever had to nurse an ego bleeding from a nasty review, this post by Tonya Moore is an excellent bandage 🙂

by Tonya R. Moore I think we call all agree that getting feedback on our writing is very important. Most of the time—whether it’s positive or negative, feedback serves to encourage or help us grow. We can learn a lot from negative feedback but this isn’t always the case. Sometimes it makes more sense […]

via When to Ignore Negative Feedback — A Writer’s Path

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One thought on “When to Ignore Negative Feedback — A Writer’s Path

  1. I’ve received suggestions that were helpful, and others that seemed wrongheaded. I’ve also been on the other side, having reviewed manuscripts for a publisher. I never really knew if my ideas were helpful or just an expression of my own taste.

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