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How to Form a Critique Group

I’ve written before about the importance of critique groups and how to find one. But what if you haven’t found a critique group that’s a good fit for you and your work? 787 more words


Looking for Critique Partners for the IWSG Competition

Even though I despaired of ever writing anything related to The War of Six Crowns in fewer than ten thousand words, I’ve managed it.

This weekend, I finished the rough draft of The One Who Would Wield the Sword in about 5000 words, although I’ll probably be adding a thousand more in edits. 243 more words

I gots critique brain

I spent the entire day working on a manuscript critique for a new partner, and now I’m feeling like this:

My hope is that right about now she has lightbulb brain:

5 Signs Your Manuscript Isn't Ready

It can be difficult for writers to determine when their work is ready for publication or submission. On the one hand, writers are sometimes unable to see flaws in their own work and might publish too soon. 638 more words


Critique partners are like unicorns: impossible to find and most of them are just horses with plastic horns.

This wonderful video by Jenna Moreci describes exactly what I’ve been searching for for the past three months. I’ve joined writers groups, critique websites, and Reddit, and I’m no closer than when I started. 206 more words


Writing Update

I haven’t given you guys an update on the process of my novel for a while and since I’m working on it a bit today, I figured I’d do one today. 295 more words

Novel Writing

Happy Release Day to @BarbaraMBritton

I am super proud and river dancing jazzed to announce the release of Barbara M. Britton’s, (my critique partner!), first novel: Providence – Hannah’s Journey. 289 more words