This is something my friend wrote after she took my only copy of a handwritten book I was writing, and 'critiqued' it. She wrote ALL OVER it. I thought I'd ask anybody who wants to answer, do you think that because she didn't like my one book from like 2-3 years ago, she can tell wether or not she will like any of my books? "Cadillac, I'm going to be an honest friend. I don't think writing is your forte. You have lots of grammar and spelling mistakes. And you obviously think the reader is stupid. Adapt to the reader, because she doesn't want you to ramble on about cars - that's you talking about something that interests you - and not your readers. Frankly, I was extremely disappointed with your writing. I expected better than this. Your writing is also not current. Your vocab is like saying "far out!", it's old school. and weird." Also, the part about 'adapting to my reader'? She says that me talking about cars is something that interests me not my readers, so I should stop? Last time I checked, she wasn't the whole world, or am I wrong?