Usually, when somebody really hates your book, they're not going to waste time on it, telling you what you need to work on.
I knew that part of the problem with sensitive issues is that, because they're uncomfortable to address, we have a hard time doing so honestly, if at all.
As a writer, my only responsibility is to tell a compelling story.
See, I'm not a very good musician.
The Golden Rule will always be good advice!
Actually, I love trying to figure out why certain books become hits while others, which may be just as good, have trouble finding an audience.
Teens in the '90s had the same basic desires as they do now.
I miss video games where the jump-kick was the trickiest combo to master.
When you write a book for publication, you're writing it for other people to read.
I've always loved brainstorming with other writers, and I consider having my work critiqued a part of that brainstorming.
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