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Hey, would you like to help me out?

Alright, so I've been thinking (these words should flash like a warning sign) and I believe it's time to test my edited manuscript on some of my readers. I want to know if it's done--or if it needs to improve. So with that, I'd like to ask you; would you like to help me?

You may sign yourself up in the comments or ask questions about this "business" as well.

Really, all I'm looking for is a group of nice writers who won't hold back on me--a writing critique group. I want to share my writing and, help is grow. I need to weed out all the rough patches and then gently spray it with a power hose.

Would you like to help me do this?

If so, I very much encourage you to comment. I think I'm going to limit my number of editorial readers to five--though, I'm sure not a lot of you will be interested in doing this, which is understandable, so I may not have to worry about that.

Some Guidelines To Consider:

+ You must be thirteen years or older (unless you can persuade me you are mature enough to read my material).

+ You must have an email account by which I can contact you, so that I can share my writing with you (it would be preferable if you had gmail, so I could just share with you in google docs).

+ You must be willing to help me untangle complicated plot points, exploit character actions, and give me advice on what you think would make my story better.

I believe that's all for now. I can't wait to hear from you. :)

Note: I am now no longer accepting participants. Sorry. :}

Comments

  1. les v6.7.14

    oh darling, I volunteer!! >.< this sounds so deliciously thrilling . . .

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  2. I would love to help you! I'm working on a novel right now!

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  3. I volunteer as tribute! :P I'd actually love to help you; a critique writing group is really fun!

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  4. I'd like to volunteer as well - I'm working on several writing projects and would be honored to lend you a hand!

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  5. I'd love to help! :) Maybe it'll inspire me to start writing again.

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  6. I WOULD LOVE TO BE IN THIS GROUP!!! WHAT KIND OF AMAZING THING IS THIS THAT I AM NOT EVEN A PART OF??? ASDFGHJKL. I have fangirly feelings just by reading your blog!

    mahnoorapple2772@gmail.com

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  7. I VOLUNTEER AS TRIBUTE! I mean, I know a lot of people have already said they'd like to do it. But I think this would really help me right now. I need something to take my mind off of my life. And what better than your magnificent writing?

    I really hope I can join your group. <3

    xoxo,
    Bethan

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  9. Ooh this looks like it would have been amazing! To read your book is definitely a HUGE honor for the girls that were chosen! I wish I would have seen this post earlier.. I hope you get a lot of help!
    xx

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  10. Meghan9.7.14

    Ugh. I'm so sad I missed it. Oh well, I'll buy it when it gets published:)
    You should start a writers support group or something. A place where people could trade their works and get insight. I would do it myself but I don't know anyone who writes and I don't have a way to get the word out :\

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