Last time I shared the first half of my two-part answer to this question:
You’ve covered a lot of policy and etiquette in your blogs, but I was wondering if there are any pitfalls you commonly see writers making on Twitter? And if so, what should we do to avoid them?
Today I’m going to finish it off with my second half. Thanks again for this great question, Anonymous, and best of luck!
6. Complaining about your WIP.
Look, everyone has low points. We get that. But generally speaking, they’re not great to read about. You never know what potentially interested agents, editors, or future readers you could be turning off by talking smack about your work in progress. If you feel the need to be candid about a serious issue once in a while, do that.
But if you feel like ranting about how much trouble your WIP is giving you, use that private support group we talked about last time.