|I'll offer constructive criticism on your prose, grammar, spelling, formatting, and other technical elements. I'll also offer feedback on your storytelling, pacing, and character development.|
|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 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.|
|I try and give both the positives and negatives. I try very hard to offer some sort of suggestion, bearing in mind that I am certainly not always correct. I will do my best to be honest, forthcoming, and fair.|
|I will give an honest opinion of how I feel about the story and what I think works and doesn't work. I'll remark on everything good that I see and I'll try to find at least one or two things the author can improve on.|
|I like to provide both positive feedback (to encourage you) and constructive criticism (to help you learn) where appropriate. I'm not an "expert creative writer," but I offer opinions where things don't work for me and where they do work for me. Sometimes (time permitting) I provide minor re-writes rather than just saying something's wrong. I always want you to know that you own your writing and my suggestions are just that—suggestions. You choose to incorporate whatever feedback you wish. I don't mind follow-up questions if you don't understand a comment or suggestion that I make. Sharing knowledge and information is how we all learn.|
|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.|
|I'm pretty honest in a nice, helpful way. If you leave a note I will take the time to read it and adequately fulfill your request. I look forward to reading talented works of art!!|
|My style is to try and work your style into the review. So if it's poetry, I will use poetry in the review|
|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 am often very critical in the mechanics of writing as too many errors can impact really badly on the reader and their desire to keep reading. I also concentrate on the storyline pace and character development. Any reviews provided by me are honest and encouraging but are not designed to be wishy washy with kindness - my aim is to help not destroy!!!|
|I will give my honest opinion about the story. I look for themes and tones set by the author. Positivity is key in my reviews, but I will point out plot errors. I don’t focus heavily on grammar or punctuation. Poems and short stories are my cup of tea. I will give a general summary of your story from a readers perspective.|
|Disclaimer: I am not good at remembering to do requested reviews. Often I have busy things going on with work and my own novels, so sorry if I decline or don't remember to do a review in the short time given. Just a warning. When I review: Long. Depending on the type of story and reason for review I tend to get anywhere from 4,000 characters to on the rare occasion over 10,000. I will make overall comments, technical points and even offer sources when necessary but a lot is dependent on what I'm reviewing. I can even do a full edit but that's take a lot of niceness and time.|
|I will give you an honest review, straight forward. I believe that we improve when we know what and when to better something or ourselves. I am also learning but through this interaction of giving and taking we will both become knowledgeable. I try and always look at a piece from an artistic point of view and then from a grammatical point of view.|
|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.|
|My reviews are honest. When appropriate, I'll be suggesting options to the author to make the item more attractive to the reader.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|I'm not sure what this means. I am honest in my review(s) and try to offer constructive advice when I find something amiss. I also enjoy pointing out what works for me in your story so you get equal positive. I want to help you get better. That's why we are here.|
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