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The Writing.Com members below are accepting review requests and ready to review your item! Peruse the list, check out members' review styles and request a review from anyone who seems like a good fit for your item.
supersonic's Portfolio!
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SS-Diamond Dust!
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I will write a detailed review of your item that goes into detail about the positives and negatives of your item. I color code each section so everything is easy to see once you view your review.
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BIG BAD WOLF Is 31 on 6/3/20
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I'll give a quick summary of your item. Afterwards, I'll talk about your characters, any Spelling or Grammar issues, and perhaps suggest some things, like adding the item to a Genre that it would fit into.
Preferred Author
🎼 RRodgersWrites 🎶
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
very detailed reviews
wyrd_naos's Portfolio!
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WyrdNaos Trippin' on Yello
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I like to be analytical in my reviewing. The most interesting pieces of writing often work on a number of different levels, and so I try to consider multiple perspectives when informing the author of what I liked or disliked about their piece. For this reason, I don't get along very well with templates, as I find they turn the whole process into something very clinical! You can expect my reviews to be a fluid, tailored discussion of your individual work.
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Write 2 Publish 2020
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I have a form I use for reviews. I look for a Goal, Motivation, Conflict and Resolution. It also allows me to tell what I liked and what I thinks needs improving. In my reviews I may make suggestions by adding my take on what the author is trying to say. Purely a suggestion to take or leave as needed.
jaytalon98's Portfolio!
Registered Author
~Jaytalon
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I always add both positive and constructive comments to all of my reviews. I'm fast and thorough, and I fulfill any and all specifications in the review request. I'm willing to review ANYTHING without a bias, or judgements on the nature of a piece of work. Please send me an email to my offsite email as well as sending a request because I forget to check here as often. I will get to your request if you send me an offsite email at jayfeather1998@gmail.com. If you contact me with a reminder that you sent me a request I'll get right on it!!!
Registered Author
Improxablity
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I offer praise when it is truly deserved and advice when it truly wanted.
Preferred Author
✴Gervic__✍
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
My reviewing style varies. I may do a little edit if possible or pinpoint what I think is incorrect. My review is merely base on what I feel about your piece. If I enjoy it, I say it. If not, I tell you why I'm not. I often do reviews on all Poetry Items- regardless of the genres, styles and the way it was written. However if you like, you can request a short story, chapter not the entire book or novel, articles and essays, etc.
Registered Author
Tom Chambless
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I use the "compliment sandwich" technique of critique. I start with something about the work that I liked or made me feel good. Then I talk about what, in my opinion, could use improving. And I end with another thing that I liked - always leaving on a positive note. It is a "good-bad-good" sandwich.
forgiveness's Portfolio!
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Sorji
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
While I will give input on any spelling, grammar, and punctuation, I much prefer to rate based on how the content flows and feels to me as a reader. Even if there is room for improvement, I always prefer to stay on the positive side of things. To be honest, every writer has room for improvement. We're all works in progress.
Registered Author
Words Whirling 'Round
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
Every word we put to paper comes from someone else. We learn from parents, teachers, books, movies, idle conversations - our entire life becomes our source material. The only thing that's original and unique is our choice of how we put the words together. To be 100% honest, we'd have to credit the Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Google for every poem and story. I may suggest changes in my review. This is not meant as 'serious' literary criticism (I’m no expert). It's merely my record of the ‘bumps’ I encounter as I travel through your words. If I'm thrown by a typo, an awkward word, or a line that doesn't scan, then it's likely that others will be as well. My intent in giving a review is to applaud your work and maybe help you to improve it. A review is merely another reference to consider. If the suggestions prove useful, then use them. If I ‘just don’t get it’, then by all means ignore me! Only the author can take credit for the final words, no matter what the source.
felisconcolor's Portfolio!
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Felix O'Melany
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I will not give a very structured review; It will be just me typing out what I think about the piece, generally how well I think it accomplished its goals, what I think the goals are, and also generally a couple of notes on possible minor tweaks to the piece to make it slightly better.
Preferred Author
Odessa Molinari smiling
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I like to say how I relate to an item. Spelling and grammar are less important.
frontierman's Portfolio!
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Michaelmountain:spring hope
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I do a lot of reviews. I try to honestly assess both pluses and minuses. Not a grammar champ, but I try
achawbaker's Portfolio!
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Allie Gal
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I like to take my time with the reviews looking for both strengths and mistakes while getting to know the story. I am fairly detailed and work well on a sentence by sentence level. Let me know if you would prefer a detailed review or a more general, big picture review.
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SleepySerpent
(minimum 2,500 GPs)
I aim to give a bizarre little meld of creative and technical pointers. My behavior always goes for being thoughtful and polite. If someone says: "I'm brutally honest/I say it like I see it," I think they're misinterpreting what it means to critique something. At the same time, I want to try and see if I might give advice that can make a writer stronger and not just sugarcoat things. We're writers, we make mistakes! But there's just a teenie weenie bit of difference between constructive criticism and having an inferiority complex! Bare in mind also that I am learning and if you think something I address is incorrect, by all means, please bring it up! We're here to learn from each other!
blueflowers777's Portfolio!
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blueflowers777
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I like to give a positive comment or more. I also like to look for errors, punctuation or misspellings and will let the author know.
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Thimpin
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
Constructively critical but never mean spirited. Always supportive.
Registered Author
E.D. Archer
(minimum 5,000 GPs)
I focus mainly on stylistic aspects of your work and favour writing inline critiques so as to make sure that you know exactly what I am referring to. I believe in constructive criticism. However, I am honest and, though I will do my best to convey my points in the most tactful way possible, I will not give a good rating to a work that does not deserve it. I do my best to adapt to your needs and specifications, and like to post any useful links I think would help you in writing your story. I also love to follow-upsvia PM's, so if you have any questions (or if you want to defend something I criticized, it happens), I will be glad to answer, clarify, or just start a discussion with you via email. **NOTE: I'm a perfectionist, and the price reflects the time it takes to make a thorough and helpful review. It also allows me not to have too many requests at the same time. Reviewing will also be slow until May.**
aundria_k's Portfolio!
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Angels in my Ear is a grandma
(minimum 2,500 GPs)
I enjoy reviewing and try to be as honest as possible. I look for specific things such as technical merit, flow and lyrical quality in poems, creativity, tone, and mood. Though I can be a tough critic, I strive to encourage writers to grow and challenge themselves. I feel that it is through constructive criticism that we grow as writers. I strive to give the writer feedback on the overall impact of the piece. I am the host and judge of the "Shadows and Light Poetry Contest and co-host of the "Roots & Wings Contest CONTEST IS OPEN
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