No writer lives in a bubble. Every one of us has an audience we need to reach to be successful, but we can’t let our audience see our work before it’s ready. We need to find ways to test it out on a smaller, understanding-of-mistakes-and-unfinished-work audience before we let it out the door.
One of the best ways to do this is to have a group of trusted people who you ask to give you feedback. But who should you have in your circle of confidants? Here’s a list of six types of people you’ll want to make sure see your work before you call it done. Continue reading Six Types of People to Ask for Story Feedback