|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"|
|I'm willing to review almost anything except poetry, which I have little to no knowledge of what makes a good poem. I don't care for heavy erotica and I will only review fan fiction if I've seen/read the source.|
|I like to base my reviewing off of things like grammar, fluency and creativity. I'm quite basic so if you're looking for an in depth review I am certainly not the person to request.|
|I focus mainly on stylistic aspects of your work and favour writing inline critiques so as to make sure that you know exactly what I am referring to. I believe in constructive criticism. However, I am honest and, though I will do my best to convey my points in the most tactful way possible, I will not give a good rating to a work that does not deserve it. I do my best to adapt to your needs and specifications, and like to post any useful links I think would help you in writing your story. I also love to follow-upsvia PM's, so if you have any questions (or if you want to defend something I criticized, it happens), I will be glad to answer, clarify, or just start a discussion with you via email. **NOTE: I'm a perfectionist, and the price reflects the time it takes to make a thorough and helpful review. It also allows me not to have too many requests at the same time. Reviewing will also be slow until May.**|
|I am pretty easy going. I don't want to bash your poem. I look for rhythm, color, formatting, form, meter, style, imagery. I look, I listen. I appreciate. For more go to my Poetry Review Forum #1399834 or find it in the Review Forum List.|
|I Try to give an honest opinion and analyze A piece of Writing's strengths and weaknesses.|
|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 try to be honest and give the review I would want to hear about my own work.|
|Check out: "Only Chapter One " . When I review an item, the criticism offered aims to address the main problems I personally feel the writer has at the moment. So, if I critique a story that is full of typos, lacks a clear plot and a sympathetic character, I'll tend to ignore the typos and focus on how the writer can craft a better plot and protagonist, while if the story is near perfect yet full of typos, I'll focus on the typos. I don't enjoy reviewing poetry. This isn't because I don't enjoy poetry, but because poetry is a very personal statement of feelings, and it's difficult to comment on such without upsetting the author.|
|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 balance my reviews by commenting on what worked and what might be improved. I try to remain objective and tailor suggestions to what's on the page rather how I would write something. Above all, I'm honest. If you're looking for quick praise or an easy five-star rating, I'm not the right reviewer for you. I'm a tough critic, and I will tell you what I really think (as nicely as possible, of course).|
|I like to give a fair honest review on anything. I believe in giving every review a custom review and not a cookie cutter. I will point out all the mistakes as well as offer or show help to fix it.|
|I always start off my reviews with compliments and telling the authors what I like about their pieces of writing. Once I've done that I delve into it a little further offering improvements and tips - always in a friendly manner, not scathing! I try to leave the review on a positive note!|
|I point out what I see or what I don't. I like to give advice using examples in your writing. I like to talk about the writing, I will address something if I like it. If you send a request, let me know what aspect you want looked at, and I'll pay more attention to it.|
|I will not give a very structured review; It will be just me typing out what I think about the piece, generally how well I think it accomplished its goals, what I think the goals are, and also generally a couple of notes on possible minor tweaks to the piece to make it slightly better. I affiliate my reviews with the WDC Teens Group.|
|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.|
|My reviews typically cover: initial responses, technicalities and mechanics, favorite parts, areas of improvement, and overall impression.|
|When I review something, I like to observe every little detail and give my overall, honest impression of the piece of literature. UPDATE: I'm back from some kind of hiatus, so if you need something reviewed...I have returned and I am willing to review you once more.|
|Honest. I do not review harshly or with malicious intent. I only want to give you my honest opinion nothing more, nothing less. • I review on my phone from the hours of 6am -3pm. Back to doing reviews my apologies for all those that requested one and I didn't receive it in time.|
|I'm flexible to give you the kind of review you ask for. You want me to focus on grammar, I can do that. You want me to focus on content, I can do that. I do tend to think about whether you're work is accomplishing what you intend it to. If you want to rile people up but your writing is too peaceful, I'll tell you.|
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