Last night on Twitter I came across a tweet from a writer
My first panicked response was to check my email to see if the agent she was talking about was me.
I've posted here and on Twitter about formatting; about bone-headed mistakes; about things writers can do to shoot themselves in the foot. Heck there's a whole category on this blog for posts about what can "ANNOY ME"
So I wasn't off base for wondering.
But fortunately I wasn't (later confirmed by the writer) the culprit THIS TIME.
So, where's the line between talking about real-time mistakes in an effort to educate writers about effective strategy, and public shaming?
I don't think this is something I get to decide on my own.
I think this requires a lot of opinions.
How about we start with yours.
Weigh in via the comment column.
Remember you are free to call me on stuff you don't like as long as you do it without invective, comments about character or lack thereof, or talk about my mum's penchant for military footwear.