I expect simple behaviours here. Friendship, and love. Any advice should be from the perspective of the person asking, not the person giving! We have had to make new membership moderated to combat the huge number of spammers who register
Location: UK, in Devon
Registered: February 2003
An author of one of the Halloween tales asked me if anyone was reading, "because there had been scant email feedback." All of our authors deserve feedback. There's awasy something good we can say about a tale, and, should there be a criticism, we can always deliver it in a way that helps the author add future value.
I can tell you that folk are reading.
I think the issue is that here, on this site, we take quality for granted. And so it takes an absolutely exceptional tale to garner feedback.
Let's break with that taking for granted concept. I alwasy give the writers here feedback. I do it when they send material to me. Sometimes it's as simple as 'yes please!' other times I am effusive! Ok, chapter 57 gets a 'thank you!' for I, too, am expecting quality by then!!!
I also give good authors elsewhere feedback. Sometimes I invite them here, too.
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Inconsistent use of capital letters is the difference between Bobby helping Uncle Jack off a horse, AND Bobby helping uncle jack off a horse!