A writing group is not a showcase for polished work. It’s a place to bring your problem children.
Whether you’re a newcomer to a writing group or a charter member, these pointers will help you deliver feedback people can hear.
By letting go (temporarily) of your attachment to quality prose, by dumping weighty chapters in favor of scenes, and by taking an agile approach to getting them on paper, you’ll stay light on your feet and keep up your momentum.
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