Author has written 3 stories for Naruto.
Age: Too young to work, old enough to go to school.
Name: Is it really necessary for you to know?
Color: Blue, Black and Red.
Current Obsession: Draco and Hermione, Harry and Luna.
Status: On HIATUS.
I have been "captured" in the Harry Potter Archive. Until I my "pardon" has been given, I shall stay here and feast on yummy Dramione stories!
I can't just get enough of Draco Lucius Malfoy and Hermione Jean Granger!
Dealing With Criticisms from Candy Magazine
1. Stop your first reaction.
Instead of throwing a tantrum or spitting a biting comeback at your critic, take a deep breath and walk away (figuratively and literally). Let the criticisms sink in before responding. It keeps you from saying anything you'll regret later.
2. Turn Negatives Into Positives
Even the meanest, rudest comment has a nugget of positivity in them. The trick is to spot that bit of honest feedback. For example, "What a waste of space" can be read as, "You need to find more interesting plot to write about."
3. Thank Your Critic
No matter how harsh they can be, critics are people too. Maybe they're having a bad day or they're just naturally negative. But a quick sincere thanks from you will catch the off-guard and you might even end up making their day. What's more you get to file this as something helpful and move on.
4. Learn From The Criticism
Apply the feedback you've received.