Have you ever been asked what you're working on next? What you're thinking about working on next? Ideas for things you might consider possibly maybe working on next? If you're like most writers, you've been asked that question, and, if you're like most writers, you've gotten responses similar to what The Frenemy says in this Annoying Conversation: "Pitch Me!" (Even Though It's A Waste of Time To Listen to Your Unfinished Ideas): boredom, non-plussed-ness, and sometimes even a completely negative "That'll never work." Keeping our ideas to ourselves until they're strong enough to survive people like The Frenemy (editor; family member; trusted-writer-friend, teacher) is probably a good habit to cultivate. So is the thick-skin needed to hear a credible-person's opinion (editor; family member; trusted writer-friend, teacher) that might indeed be negative for a good reason. It's a fine line, right? As Kenny Rogers said, "You got to know when to hold em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away and know when to run."
I think the Pink Bunny should have run mid-way through this video. But what do I know?