I do not like (most of) what I write.
I do not like (most of) what I write. Is that a dreadful thing to say? Really?
As you've probably realised, I write nearly every day. This is more for practice than anything else. I am not particularly keen on what comes out, Nor does it interest me.
I reckon I actually am pleased with about 10 per cent of my stuff on here, Although that is probably a too-generous figure. I like stuff prior to publishing, not after it has been received - ...You may guess which ones I like because I tend to put myself down about those ones...
This fact does not bother me, In fact, I prefer it that way. Being ambivalent allows me a decently unbiased view on what works well and what does not. I also will not remove things that flop because I require a reminder of failure. That is how I learn.
For instance; Writing in Spanish is clearly a bad idea for public attention (even if it amused me), However, classical references fare better (but less amusing to write). And depending on what I want from a piece, I'll use this information.
Sometimes I write for me, sometimes for a specific person, and sometimes for a wider audience. Because I am not that attached to any bar a few of my scribblings,
Sometimes I write for me, sometimes for a specific person, and sometimes for a wider audience. Because I am not that attached to any bar a few of my scribblings, I am happy with what I write.