So, you’ve consulted friends and had them peer-edit your work. The next step gets harder: you actually have to evaluate their advice and implement them. Here’s what you should do with all the feedback you get.
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Seeking friends out to review your piece and give you feedback is good advice. However, unless you take a more active role in the kind of feedback you seek out, it’s highly-likely you’re not going to get anything beyond some casual remarks that even your automated writing software can tell you. Being able to draw out useful critique is a skill unto itself – one that you will find very useful when using friends as resources to get advice for your writing.