Monday, August 14, 2006

For the writer in you

Learning how to handle criticism

Feeling hurt because a critic cut your masterpiece to shreds? You're not alone. Criticism and bruised egos are inherent in the communications and publishing business. In a recent article, award-winning author Bonnie Boots offers valuable tips on how to cope with cranky critics. Thanks to Shirazi for the heads up on this gem.



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2 comments:

Xavier said...

I have the opposite problem. People are saying nothing but good stuff about my book. That doesn't help me!!! I crave constructive feedback that will help me improve.

Deb S. said...

Xavier: Give copies of your book to people who have no emotional attachment or vested interest in you. I applaud your willingness to step outside your comfort zone.

You're serious about perfecting your craft. That's a sure sign of ongoing growth. Good luck to you!