What Really Grinds My Gears On Wattpad

What Really Grinds My Gears On Wattpad

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Stephanie Midorii By smidorii Completed

My rant on all things Wattpad. 
Beware, strong opinions from here on out. There's a good chance you might be offended by what I have to say. 
I also have a filthy mouth. You've been warned.


*UPDATE 8/17/16*  Just as a little note, this rant book was completed back in 2014. My opinions on certain things have changed as these were written quite awhile ago. A lot of the topics written about are from years ago and might not necessarily reflect what is currently trending in the world of Wattpad today. I've also gotten to the point where I'm just so over repeating myself time and time again to people who disagree with me.

As this rant book is a little old now - for the most part I no longer reply to comments on this book. Please do not think I'm ignoring you or anything like that. In fact, I still read most of the comments that still come in I just rarely feel like I need to reply anymore. 

Please do still enjoy my ramblings if you wish. Thank you.

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That's why, I finish writing the whole book before publishing it.
                              (I guess, my plan is going to finish writing every single book I've planned, then publish them, judging by the speed I'm going at)
jaazzy- jaazzy- Sep 02
Thank you! I once had an opinion that was different than the author's
                              And she attacked me
                              And her little friends attacked me
                              And then I roasted them goooooood Xd
madelysia madelysia Oct 03
Unless the one who criticized your work is a nine year old who has not read a book of his entire life.
Well, some of them do have issues and a private life, but some of them are just damn lazy. Although if you don't know what to write and put it on hold and tell your readers then I think it's okay. People do have lives
Advice is advice. It's up to the authors whether they want to consider it or not. 
                              If they're getting critism, then they're lucky. 
                              I never got one, thus I ended up publishing a very cringey story on some other site and had to delete my whole account and moved back to Wattpad.
I hate when people ask for constructive criticism, but they get triggered when they actually get it. It's like they're only expecting praise from a book that probably has a few errors to begin with: