LOL! Sounds like me.I just left this quote on someone else's blog yesterday after she posted something similar."When we let another person read a manuscript we want complete and instant praise. The artist is a two-year-old child. She does not want to be criticized in any way. That's what you have to deal with to be a writer." ~ Ellen Gilchrist, The Writing Life
LOLOL! Yep, that sounds just about right. (:
Linda, awesome quote and so true!Elise, I so agree:)
I had this in my blog last month: Joyce Carol Oates, national award-winning author, poet, playwright and professor writes, "Writers may seek advice, and writers may give advice, but writers rarely take advice. Why? Because writers are stubbornly independent. Writers are self-reliant, knowing that there is no one to really help them but themselves; writers hope to be 'original', which means not following in the paths of others."We want the feedback, but we don't. The cartoon made me laugh!
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