Good AdviceA Lesson by J. F. Charleston
How to know what it is
A important point that writers need to know is what good advice is. Many struggle with it and sometimes quit their hobby over confusing reviews. This one will help you know what to look for.
How do I know which review is a good one? Well, a good review always has a positive point in them. Everyone is different when they review writing. A good review will say something like: "Great story! I loved when you said blah, blah, blah" and it will say something that will either be nice or helpful.
The complete opposite of a good review is a bad review. This kind of review will definately have a large negative view. For example: "This story was real stupid! You have no clue how to write. I write a 100 times better..." All what these people are trying to do is make themselves feel better. What's actually kinda true is, that they say that and when you read their work and you have no idea what they're talking about.
Sometimes a good review can be mistaken for a bad review. When someone says that you need to work on a piece of writing, they're trying to help you out. They can say that it was "ok and you might want to add or change blah, blah, blah..." Some great writings do start off really bad, but then the writers get helpful reviews and ideas from them.
So, now you know what to look for in a review. You can determine if a review is a good one or bad one. Really this lesson was created by a idea from a good review.
Added on August 20, 2012
Last Updated on August 21, 2012
J. F. Charleston
About"Write from the brain and heart. Join them to create one great piece of writing." J.F. Charleston.