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Getting and Giving a Critique

Written by Vicki Hinze

On September 25, 2008


© 1996-2008, Vicki Hinze


Giving or receiving a critique is supposed to be helpful to the author of a work. A positive experience that encourages growth and gives the author an objective (if subjective) opinion on the work. 


To truly be effective and an absolute valuable asset, a writer needs to know what is right as well as what needs work. Both are equally significant. 

All too often writers who believe they want a critique want praise. We all want our work to be well received, but the purpose of a critique is to get input on taking steps to make the work even better and stronger to make it more well received.


So here are a few guidelines to assist in achieving that goal: READ MORE 

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