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Have a look in your local area for writers groups. Most communities have them and local libraries will usually be able to give you information. Having a network of people that can give you honest, constructive feedback is a resource that every writer should have. Make sure you read lots, too. Reading in the genre that you want to write in will help, but so ...


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Read and write in English as much as you can. Use English exclusively in your life, if at all possible. One of the greatest writers in the English language, Joseph Conrad (author of Heart of Darkness), was in his twenties when he learned English, and it was his fourth language. Coming from another culture, you have an opportunity to bring an uncommon ...


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We're living in the Internet era. Take advantage of the Internet. So, go check websites. Writers SE is one of the most helpful sites I've encounter (I won't go into details with it since you're already here). The other one is Scribophile, which does exactly what you're requesting. And more. Here's a screenshot from my own account (these are feedback from ...


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Your age has nothing to do with your problems, and you need the same things any beginning writers needs, at whatever age. Therefore, the basic answer to your question is: Stop viewing yourself as age-handicapped and start looking for solutions to your writing problems. All of the problems you have raised in your question have been asked and answered many ...


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Here's an idea: Make Your Story Available Get a google drive account. It's 100% free. write your story and save it on your google drive. share the document via URL -- it's easy to do -- then you can give the URL to people you want to read your story. Gather Feedback Next, you use Google Drive to create a Feedback Form. You just say, New Form and add ...



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