Writing a story or manuscript should come from within your desire to write, but by inspecting it’s imperfections will only make it better. No author wants to be told that there are errors in their manuscript. Some mistakes may simply be small such as a misspelled word but other imperfections could be much larger. No matter how long a writer may write a story, every story has imperfections. Not one author has perfected writing on their first script.
Don’t be afraid to listen to criticism. Not everyone is out to get you or hates your writing. Some are actually offering you constructive criticism and it can only make you a better writer. Just because you think that you are the greatest writer around doesn’t mean it is so. You may simply be a writer that makes mistakes with grammar. That is why it is necessary to get another opinion. Ask someone that is not related to you to read your manuscript. Don’t be afraid to edit, rewrite or simply start over. The writing process is a long one but well worth it in the end.