Much of the feedback from peers is very helpful! However, I feel that some students have become power-hungry and search your stories for any tiny error to bring up to you. I appreciate it when anyone helps perfect my story by finding errors, but I don't appreciate people reading my story to basically grade me themselves. Sometimes I feel like people lose sight of my story because they're too set on correcting me.
(Picture of a 1796 oil painting done by J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851) entitled “Fishermen at Sea.” Source: Wikipedia.)
This is my favorite picture from my storytelling posts and it was actually my first! I wrote my story and incorporated a big contrast between light and dark. Then I found this picture that captured that contrast PERFECTLY and had a fishing boat and a stormy sea. It felt like fate. I feel like this image added a lot to my story.