Criticism Crisis

Word Flows

I have a wee confession to make today.

I’m having a bit of a crisis.

No, it’s not like the time I had to rewrite Bound and had a small meltdown here because of that.  I think most of you weren’t here for that, and trust me, that’s for the best that you weren’t, even if I did try to think of that as an opportunity at the time.  And it did turn out to be the best thing I ever did for myself, allowing me to learn and grow as a writer, and to finally figure out my biggest, longest-standing problem in how I approached and wrote stories, other than the whole “I’m not a pantser” nugget of wisdom.

This isn’t that sort of crisis.  There’s likely to be no happy ending to this one, partly because I doubt this will ever end.

Some of you just *might* have…

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