Lately I’ve been searching for new styles in which to write my posts. I essentially get an idea, scrap it and then try out a few more. The cycle goes on and on for a while. When I do eventually have a post up, I wonder whether it’s interesting or not and, that too is a very tumultuous field to navigate. It would be great to receive some feedback from you, the army of amazing writers. It would be great to have your insights too. Here is one of my latest posts where I enter the realm of sauciness. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Also, leave links to some of your posts in the comments below, I will make sure to check them out.


6 thoughts on “Criticism.

    • Yes, I am working on that and slowly trying to find my own style.
      Thanks for the nice mantra you’ve provided me with. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ Write, edit, post. Repeat!

  1. hey,
    I think you’re a really good writer.
    I think you should stop over thinking though. put up and try out all your ideas and pieces. you will soon get an idea of what your readers like, anyway that should not matter so much. write for yourself, and your writing will come across as honest and likeable.
    saying that, it already is. well done!
    oh, also often looking at big chunks of text can be off putting so try and paragraph and structure ๐Ÿ™‚

    I would also love some feedback on my work, as I’m quite new to this, so if you could return the favour and check my blog out i would be very grateful!
    my blog is:

    some of my favourite posts

    Thank you so much xoxo

  2. Hi, I just read your post and the it had a twisting plot๐Ÿ˜‰..had me thinking otherwise. Haven’t really gone through your other posts but will sure do later on. I’m not a lro in writing for I just started my blog too but from d feedback I had from others, this is what I can tell u:

    1) Believe in yourself. Every great writer/blogger/artist once thought his work wasn’t good enough or boring and its normal but the key is to believe. When you have an idea, jot it down, reflect on it and take your time to write. Focus brings about insight and you’ll be more open too see what’s gonna be right or not.

    2) Stay true to you….what is the main theme of your blog? Passion, stories, poems. might want to vary a little but if you start changing style this might confuse your readers so stick to your style..

    3) try explaining/expansiating your work or ideas. Don’t just state it…say ir t from an experience or even state an example. Be it not you personal, it could be someone else who lived it. This really makes your work look great.

    4) Don’t just write long posts. Annotate, put in into small paragraphs. Number them and let it look less bulky all in one whole paragraph. This will enable you to split your ideas separately.

    5) Have fun writing cuz someone it can be felt if you just woke and wrote something down than when you really investigated to come out with your point.๐Ÿ˜Š

    I hope I helped you with something here. This gave me inspiration and I might do something with this๐Ÿ˜

    My blog is at and you could check which you like but some of my favorites are :
    God bless๐Ÿ™

    • Thank you so much for telling me this. I will surely try my best to implement your advice and add some structure to my work. I will certainly check your work out as well. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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