|I do a lot of reviews. I try to honestly assess both pluses and minuses. Not a grammar champ, but I try|
|I will find positives and negatives in your work. I use a template with a basic short story outline, my initial impressions, opportunities for improvement, and overall thoughts.|
|Hi! I'll be happy to tell you what I like about your item's content and what emotion it evokes in me. If I see an area or two that need attention by way of improvement, I'll make suggestions for you. I will try to word my reviews in such a way that might garner you more views for the item when seen on the public reviewing page and here, in my reviewing forum. I will always do my best to carry on the Simply Positive motto.|
|I am going to be working on my reviews being more thorough in the coming weeks. I am honest and love to give positive feed back.|
|I'm honest, straightforward, and I try to be fair and encouraging.|
|I review the way I want to be reviewed. I don't focus too heavily on grammar, though I am good at picking up common mistakes and repeating phrases, etc. I like to be the 'reader'. What worked for me in your story? What didn't? I will primarily focus on style, and therefore will mostly provide opinions that you take with a grain of salt. I am constructive, but honest. If I think something can be improved, I will state that, but I will always tell you what I liked as well. You don't need a thick skin, but you do need to be prepared for some detail and not fluff. Finally, I have a somewhat busy real-life, but I PROMISE to try to have a story reviewed within a week or two of the request!|
|I look to be entertained, informed, and connected in some way. It may be wrong but if the first few lines or paragraphs don't hook me in some way, I will leave without even reading the rest. Also, I will notify you if I run into errors.|
|I will be honest in all my reviews. I will give you both good and negative feedback, and I will not hold back on the truth. My main goal is for the author to take my feedback and mold it into ideas on how to better their writing.|
|I really enjoy reading and helping other improve on their work (if possible). Pretty much every genre is a "go" for me when it comes to stories and poetry, as long as it is at least some-what interesting. I really like to give creative feedback, find plot-holes and give minor suggestions on how to fix both stories and grammar...P.S. please note that when I read through someone's work, I expect to see the effort put into creating that work.|
|I don't like using a template. I don't like correcting spelling. I don't like correcting grammar. I don't want to be your editor. I enjoy discussing what I have read. I am very happy to tell people what I have liked and what I have disliked. There is not a lot that I dislike.|
|I am a very dedicated and sensitive reviewer when it comes to short stories and review all aspects of a story (plot, character composition, the nature of the story, core elements, grammar/spelling, general themes, etc.). I tend to read the entire work more than once and try my very best to put myself in both the character's and the author's shoes when reading this story. Authors should expect a total review, in which I point out the mistakes and areas of improvement, but also identify your strongest points in your writing. I specialize in short stories and minor in poetry. I am a bit more costly, but you can expect a solid review in a timely manner (see my previous reviews for examples).|
|I give a basic review as I am still working on learning how to review.|
|I tend to cut a wide swath through a review, covering all not only a general overview and characterizations, but also technical areas such as grammar and punctuation. I consider my style to be more in-depth with a good deal of time expenditure on each review. Hence, I tend to give out fewer reviews because of a busy personal schedule.|
|I will review based on the description of characters, settings, etc. I will also review based on grammar and spelling.|
|Detailed, covering technical (grammar & style), character and world-building.|
|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.|
|In a single word, thorough. I will turn your piece upside down, shake the change out of its pockets and look at even the most minute details. I can be technical but will do so when emphasizing a larger point about the piece as a whole.|
|I will review based on the flow and continuity of a story, how well a scene fits together, along with the over all feel the piece gives. If I find grammar errors I will mention them, but I generally don't focus on them.|
|I like to emphasize the positive attributes of your work, but I will offer suggestions for improvement if I'm able.|
|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.|
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