This has probably been said in the forums a hundred times, but new members still have doubts whether it's OK to tell us clearly when they don't want more critique on their work, so I'll post this as a reminder. If you really are not interested in more critique for a particular work you've posted on the Workshop, it's OK (and I'll even call it polite), to let a potential reader know this before they read it. You can edit your first post with a single opening sentence as polite as: Not interested in more critique for this piece, thank you and readers will move on to the next. It's frustrating to read a piece in order to critique it only to find out that the reader is not interested. Meanwhile, while we are reading that piece, we're wasting time that could be used to critique another piece of writing whose writer is still very much interested in critique. Just saying. If you're not interested anymore, let us know. No need to delete or edit the piece, just tell us that critique is no longer wanted for that piece. It may still get critiques, of course, but attentive critiquers will notice the request. Thank you.