Saturday, May 18, 2013
The craft of rewriting-Revision-Self Editing-Beta Readers-Spelling
By OFW chief editor:
Carlos J Cortes And Renée Miller
Published: April 30, 2013
Review or critique groups provide feedback in exchange for our feedback on their manuscripts, to help us prepare our novel to the best level it can be. These groups may function on a chapter-by-chapter basis, exchanging just portions of work, or they may act as beta readers, exchanging entire manuscripts. There are several ways we can find review groups. The first task is to find one that suits our needs.
New writers should search for groups with at least a few published writers. We need someone with enough knowledge that we will actually learn something. A group of new writers won’t be helpful, because everyone is still learning the ropes. If we’re unsure how to proceed, or how to fix this or that, then it does nothing to help improve our manuscript.
Writers have several options when searching for review groups.
Renee Miller & Carlos Cortes
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