We all witnessed a time in our lives when our teacher, professor or editor put red ink on our masterpiece. In certain instances, you wonder if they only had to get a second pen to complete the editing process or their interpretation of an abstract art piece. You were still on cloud nine before you handed in your job, and brimming with trust.
Your art work now looks more like a gruesome crime scene that will take hours to clean up, or in some cases days. Sadly, deleting the first draft and starting from scratch might be the best option. That being said, there's no need to feel guilty for writing yourself. And writers such as Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain and J.K. Rowling had their days off so no reason you should feel deflated.
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