Writers Struggle Two Hangout: Vent, Encourage, Ask, etc

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#703

RIP your wallet.


#704

k bro, whateva floots ya boot.


#705

I hope you can make at least some money out of that.


#706

None of them are going to be chargeable. And if they do, well, maybe it for the best. I am exhausted of being a professional reader. People don’t read what I write. Maybe I should just accept it and leave it alone.


#707

:thinking:


#708

Then don’t be a professional reader. Be casual.


#709


#710

Reading should be something you enjoy. Saying you’re a professional makes it sound like you’re doing it solely for business purposes.


#711

That’s what library is for & I will happily return to it.


#712

I agree.


#713

k bro, whateva floots ya boot


#714

Reading for pleasure does not involve critiquing what you read. You sit back and enjoy.


#715

for me writing is just a hobby i accept the fact that i will never become a famous author XD so i will not even ask for money and the program will never approach me anyway so i am good :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:


#716

That’s not a bad way to view it :grin:


#717

You sound highly strung, and that’s coming from a highly strung person :joy:


#718

but critique can help somebody tho.


#719

Some people would rather ask for it, but just reading purely to critique is exhausting and you’ll likely fall out of love with reading.


#720

true but i usually spam them with funny comments because i am a very loud reader XD


#721

I get most of that on my work and I love it, so I wouldn’t complain at all. On one of my books, there’s, like, four or five lyric chains/finish the lyric comment threads going on and it’s hilarious.


#722

XD