This is a guest post by Lily Kaligian on Nicholas Rossis blog. Lily is an editor atBusinesscheck.co.nz and Canadabiz.net. This is a must read, especially for new writers like me. This excellent post informs me that I should ask several readers, a reviewer or two, and several peers, to critique my book prior to publication. It is something I have not done in the past. I certainly will now. Thank you Lilly and Nicholas! https://nicholasrossis.wordpress.com/2018/05/09/who-should-you-listen-to-reviewers-peers-or-readers
This is a guest post by Lily Kaligian. Lily is an editor at Businesscheck.co.nz and Canadabiz.net. She creates a variety of articles about careers, entrepreneurship, technology, business, education, as well as travel and personal development.
Who Should You Listen to – Reviewers, Peers or Readers?
Having your writing work read and appraised by others can be a very emotional experience. When you’ve poured your heart and soul into creating a novel, a short story, a poem or even just a blog post, you need to know that it’s not just you who sees your creation as valuable.
But writing and reading are incredibly subjective. One person’s prize winner could be another’s trashy holiday read. It can be hard working out who to trust when it comes to feedback and critique. Whose opinion should you take into account when reviewers, peers, and readers all have something to say?
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