Time Again For Your Penmonkey Evaluations
I think it’s good to evaluate yourself as a writer sometimes, just to see who you are and how you’re doing — where do you stand and where are you headed? If you’re planning on doing this thing really-for-realsies, sometimes a look at your paths and processes is worth doing.
So, a handful of quick questions. A survey, but informal — no data collection, here.
Answer in comments, if you’re so inclined. If you want to also post at your blog to generate discussion there, hey, go for it. (But please still try to leave your answers here, as well.)
a) What’s your greatest strength / skill in terms of writing/storytelling?
b) What’s your greatest weakness in writing/storytelling? What gives you the most trouble?
c) How many books or other projects have you actually finished? What did you do with them?
d) Best writing advice you’ve ever been given? (i.e. really helped you)
e) Worst writing advice you’ve ever been given? (i.e. didn’t help at all, may have hurt)
f) One piece of advice you’d give other writers?