|Plain and honest, and If I don't understand the work I will say rather than give a poor rating.|
|I tend to focus on plot and character rather than more technical things. That being said, if I think the story needs re-formatting, or if your spelling/grammar are lacking, I'll tell you. I try to be as thorough as I can: a review under 500 words isn't worth writing, let alone reading. I rarely have time for a full essay, but I'll still try to cover as much as I can think of.|
|Conversational - I don't have a formal template. Comment to my perception of the work, both substance and technique; highlights & misses. My reviews are public by default, but I will gladly make private upon request.|
|What stands out the most, is what I look for in a story. Keeping that in mind, I make suggestions for improvement and point out the parts that tickled, entertained, or charmed me. Everyone wishes to be better at their art, so divulging those things is most beneficial for the author, and in turn, the reader.|
|Hi there! I can tell you what your work makes me feel, the thoughts I get when I read and if I find something I can help you improve, I will tell you.|
|If I am reviewing a story, I am looking for consistency and logic in the story line. Even if it is fantasy or sci-fi, I expect that there are rules to your alternate universe. I look for dimension to your characters. What is their backstory? You don't have to tell it all to me, but make them more than a stereotype. In poetry, I look for the image or emotion that you are trying to create and will suggest word changes. While I prefer not to review non-fiction, I will if it is not politics (my job). In this case, you can expect the same examination of your argument and supporting evidence as I would give one of my students.|
|I like to encourage writers, while giving accurate, insightful, truthful feedback. Reviews for novel length items will be an overview and general comment. I don't review line by line or focus on grammar, spelling or punctuation -except perhaps if I see something affecting the storyline, or if I have suggestions relating to improving relevant areas of the work.|
|Encouraging but helpful. Most of the review will be about how good/what i liked about your writing, but i will point out flaws if i see any! :)|
|Unsentimental. I focus on the kinds of craft issues that will keep a writer from being taken seriously and prevent them from fully expressing their vision. For more information, see "Writing Hurts: Review Forum"|
|Honest! I will tell you the strengths and weakness of your work - I have a kind but constructive manner. I then like to provide overall feedback,suggestions etc.|
|For larger works I tend to basically give an Editorial Review I am usually rather positive, but ask me to be critical; I will be.|
|I attempt a well-rounded review where I look at the item from a writer's and reader's perspective. I'll tell you what I liked and what I think could be strengthened. I like to think I'm a courteous and helpful reviewer.|
|I like to focus on story-level edits and structure, since most grammatical errors can be caught with modern word-processing software. That being said, I will point out problems that seem to recur.|
|I review in categories on all major points of a poem or story.|
|Overall, in-depth reviews about: General Flow Plot Story development Character development Dialogue Grammar Items only up to 3,000 words|
|I tend to look at both large and small scale issues when reviewing a piece. Large scale problems could be anything from major plot issues to pacing. Small scale problems are generally more focused on grammar and things that I found pulling me out of the story. In addition, I try to balance out my critiques with things that I enjoyed about the piece. My reviews are generally around 2,000 characters long, but it really depends on what it is.|
|I tend to be constructive, though I've been known to be a bit too nice...at least, in my opinion. note that while I'll review anything requested, they can be a bit sloppy if I don't take interest.|
|I like to be honest and write about how I feel and what I see. It doesn't mean I'm always right - it means I'm telling you how your work affects me. I'll try to tell you the good with the bad, but don't expect fluff. Fluff sucks.|
|I am no expert on anything. So I can only tell you how something makes me feel. My native language is also not English and I am not an American. So I might not understand culture specific expressions. 5: If I absolutely love the item and would remember it and even recommend others to read it by posting it in my newsfeed. I will also give 50 GPS+ if I have any GPs left in my account. 4-5: If I like the item, but not enough to recommend it to others and post the link in my newsfeed. No GPs. 3 -4: If the item is okay. I kept on reading it because I thought I might change my opinion, but the item failed to meet my expectation. On the other hand I did not find any grammatical or spelling errors in it. 2-3: If the item is something which I didn't get at all and found at least one grammatical/ spelling error. 1 -2: I did not like it at all and could not even feel like reading it to the last.|
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