RE: No need to learn Reply on October 3, 2017 07:55 PM
I must be lucky. I quite often give threes and fours and get gracious replies. Mind you, I mostly review writers who are good. There are some great reviewers on this site. The reviews that bother me are the ones that write almost the same thing for every piece they review. I've muted a couple of nice (well, I think so) people because they reviewed almost everything I wrote using the same formula they appear to use for everyone else. If I'm getting only two reviews per chapter, I prefer not to get "good work". It's unfair (in my opinion) to the people who take the trouble to write a proper review and earn 2 c.
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