For those of you who know me, you'll know that I have this habit of not working on projects anymore once they get deleted and critiqued in the writer's workshop. I'm going to say why I do this.

I don't view the writer's workshop as a means of improving stories. I instead see it as a way to see what my strengths and weaknesses are as a writer, and to determine how I can overcome the weaknesses in future works. In other words, I don't use it to improve stories, but to ensure my future stories have the same good qualities and not as many of the bad qualities as my past works.

Additionally, if I take the advice and use it to improve my story, I might get into the habit of depending on the writer's workshop, and that destroys the challenge of making and story, and if there is no challenge, in my eyes, there is no point to make stories.

So, yeah, that's a brief explanation of my habit, and bye.

Creeper50 (talk) 19:49, October 27, 2016 (UTC)creeper50