Amor Fati- Chapter 2A security guard answered the door when they reached Madeline's room.More Like This
"What's going on?" asked Antonio.
"I was about to ask the same question. I just had to haul some girl up here because she got attacked in the women's restroom."
Madeline's eyes went wide. "Who?!"
"Dunno her name, small, blond, blue eyes-"
"Annie?! Is she alright?!"
The security guard nodded."Now, Antonio, who is this girl?"
Antonio didn't answer, instead stepping past him and setting Madeline down on the plush couch.
He gave her a quick hug, then turned to the British guard. "This is Madeline, Madeline JONES."
The other man gaped. "bloody hell, this all makes sense now. Where's the git then?!"
Antonio sighed. "Francis probably took the rest of his family out. remember, his younger brothers arrived last week?"
Madeline finally got her voice back. "That's about right. Annie and I left to explore while they dropped off the luggage. It's fairly usual for Annie to run off, and no one can ever find her, so they probably ju
Bad Critical TechniquesWhen you have any sort of following, on the internet or otherwise, you tend to become very adverse to criticism. In general, most criticism you get are trolls or an echo-chamber. And real, honest critics towards your work can seem exactly like one of those two groups. If they're harsh, it's easy to see them as a troll. If they're lenient, it's easy to see them as a part of the echo-chamber. Now there are certain ways to decide what's valid and what's invalid and here are some things that I've found will lead to destructive criticism. Keep in mind "everything you do is awesome!" is as much destructive criticism as "everything you do is crap." Keep in mind that this is very much a "do as I say, not as I do" journal, because I've learned a lot. Sometimes it takes people punching you in the face to realize that punching people in the face is wrong. But no (good) feedback should contain any of these "techniques." All of these are examples of destructive criticism.More Like This
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