How personal is too personal? I write everything and anything that is on my mind, always. I write what I know, so it oft depicts my every day life, the triumphs and tribulations of my life, big and small. It can take form as a poem, journal entry, short story (ies), essay, or, in one rare case, an entire novel. Regardless, everything I write is very precious to me, and all of my pieces are like dear children to me. (And yes; I have a favourite! ) For these reasons, I find it very hard to share with anyone anything I have ever written, especially if it comes across as blantantly autobiographical. Everything of mine is, to an extent. I paint a picture of myself with every page. Perhaps this explains my love of reviewing here, even though I have never submitted anything to be reviewed by others. Are there pieces that you would never share with your fellow WF-ers here? Why? The topic / theme? The character development? SPAG errors? What? Just curious. -D PS: What sparked this was the fact that I -do- have something to submit, but I fear it's too personal to post on the World Wide Web. Hmm.