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Reviews. My POV.I've just recently posted a story up in the Panic! category.
Within 8 hours of posting my story i got 5 reviews
that made me happy :)
now im hooked and need my review fix.. PLEASE REVIEW ME! HAHAHA
but yes its been discussed many times before..
before i didnt often review for numerous reasons:
a. not laziness per say but not motivated or moved enough to leave a comment
b. sometimes reviews dont always help or i felt what i had to say wouldnt have made much or a difference, etc.
anyway i understand why people dont always review but id liek to say thank you for the reviews and its very nice of you all. i dont mind if i get criticised as long as its professional and not just ur an idiot, etc. i just want to know if my writing is 'crap' or not thats all.. so far my reviewers have enjoyed my fanfic so yea...
thanks guys thats all
|Rous|| Well, you have to realize that some writers just like to know their story is well received. I hate to see "this is sooooo kewl! i luv it it is gr8." On the other hand, a simple, "I really enjoyed this, it reminded me of...". A comment without all the superlatives is as nice as an actual critique. And, sometimes, that is all that is necessary. |
So, go, comment. Let the author know you like their story.
|JesusKetchum31||I'd rather see "omg u r amazing this roxxxxxxxxx" than nothing, but I would rather get "This is good but this is not" then that, because I often aim to make people think.|
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