1/7/2019 – This post has been edited due to the other poster removing their blog post. If you still want to read the post, feel free. I also made a follow-up post to this one called The Truth About Wattpad. That post is updated with the most recent information about Wattpad.
I’m sure based on the title, you’re wondering what today’s blog post is about. Well, the focus of today’s post isn’t about me, but it’s about one of my fellow writer friends and their experience with Wattpad as a company.
In the past, I’ve mentioned different writing websites: the good, the bad, and most certainly, the ugly. I know I may come off as “bashing” these sites, but I only want to share my experiences and prepare others for what to expect.
Of course, I know many writers like Wattpad, and please don’t let my experience stop you from using the website; however, just proceed with caution.
To new and experienced writers, especially those that want to publish, please don’t let anyone pressure you about your stories. If you don’t feel your story is ready for publication, don’t rush it. Publishing shouldn’t be a race, it should be a journey, and once you feel satisfied with your work, then share it with the world.
Remember, you don’t want to end up like this:
If you want to discuss this topic here, then please, post your comments and let’s converse! Hmm, I guess I could ask questions about this.