I'm going to approach this one with an analogy from another pursuit of mine: the game of Go. If you don't know what it is (and that's OK) then imagine I'm talking about chess. Now, there is a very well-loved website that organises reviews of games; players submit a game record and the system selects a significantly stronger player to review the game. That strong player looks through the moves of the game and responds with a few pointers that will improve the weaker player's game: "You should not attack if you have nothing to gain from it; Your sense of direction here wasn't good, this is why; This is what would have happened if you played here instead," and so on. The thing is, (and this, finally, is my point) it is considered rude in that forum to post a game without taking the time yourself to look over the game and explain (1) what aspect of your play you want advice on (2) what you were trying to achieve in various points of the game. Bringing it all home then, I've noticed that many stories posted in the review room are posted without comment, or with a throw-away "so, tell me what you think!" at the end. It's a real turn off to me as a reviewer who loves taking time to think through a piece and give my best response when the author hasn't given any guidance on what they hope to get from the review. Now I sound like i'm complaining... that's not my intention. I just want to open the topic for discussion. So, (to coin a phrase,) tell me what you think!