I am still seeking a group of fellow writers (two more) to offer feedback to one another. If you’re a serious author who needs a thorough critique of their work-in-progress, and is willing to reciprocate, drop me an email or let me know in the comment section below.
If you think you can’t critique another writer’s work, well, ask yourself if you notice mistakes when you read books, like or dislike particular novels, have enjoyed some characters more than others, felt some books were too slow, stopped reading because you were bored, got so engrossed you stayed up for hours unable to close the book, cried, laughed, or got angry while reading a story. If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have an opinion. That’s all critiquing is; sharing your opinion with the author. Not everyone corrects grammar, sentence structure, or stylistic aspects, but everyone can let a writer know what they liked and what they didn’t like when providing feedback.
So, don’t be shy. If you you need help, and are willing to offer your feedback, contact me. For more information see my previous post about writing buddies.