I love to get feedback from my readers, and I treasure every positive comment, even if it’s simply a, “loved it!” I realize author entitlement is a real thing and some authors are asshats about not getting ‘good enough’ feedback, or a sufficient quantity of comments, but that’s not me. I will never troll you for feedback or hold my story hostage for lack of it. I post when I’m ready, and feedback, or lack thereof, doesn’t affect my timeline.
But any kind of positive feedback is a joy and very welcomed and appreciated.
Negative Feedback and Flames:
Not interested. If you want to flame me or bash my story or question my choices… I don’t want to hear it. This is my site, and your comments will get trashed. You shouldn’t be on my site if you’re not an adult, and as an adult, you should have a modicum of restraint and be skilled enough to use the back button when you’re not enjoying yourself.
I don’t accept concrit from people I haven’t invited into my process. They know who they are, and I trust them to give me feedback that’s useful and productive. I’m not interested in hearing from anyone else with critique.
People think concrit is pointing out a typo. It’s not.
Unless there’s a mistake that totally messed the story up, like copy/paste went awry and a bunch of stuff is missing, pointing out errors is actually counterproductive.
If you’re lost in my story for whatever reason, feel free to ping me. If your questions are about where the story’s going or what my plans are. I won’t answer those, so save your time.
I realize that folks think asking me when something is coming is a way of telling me they like the story, and I really do get that. But I ask that you consider what it would be like to have fifty people ask you when your ‘whatever’ is going to be done. It’s overwhelming and can be really counter to productivity.
This is fine: “I’m so looking forward to more in this verse.”
This makes my stomach clench in a way that’s not good for creativity. “When will you have more of this story?”
And finally, a comment on warnings:
Out of courtesy, I always warn for things like rape, torture, character death, graphic violence and the like. This is because I don’t want people getting triggered by my story. My most common warning on this site is canon-level violence.
But I will not chase down every tweaky thing that segments of fandom care about.
Also, this is my website, not a site with content tags. I don’t do content tags. Warnings, Author Notes, and a Summary are what you’ve got to work with. The Categories on this site are fandom or series, and the tags are pairings.
If I tell you spoilers through X-season, everything in those seasons is fair game. If I tell you the pairing is Jack/Tony, I’m not going to tell you who’s doing the bottoming. You’d be safer assuming that everyone will be taking it up the ass than to assume a particular character won’t.
Seriously, do not ping me to tell me you don’t like that I didn’t “warn” that Jack is getting fucked. It infuriates me.