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The Writing.Com members below are accepting review requests and ready to review your item! Peruse the list, check out members' review styles and request a review from anyone who seems like a good fit for your item.
deziraychance's Portfolio!
Registered Author
DEZIRAY ANN CHANCE
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I will give you my honest (kindly) option of the work I'm reviewing. I am not judgmental as for the grammar, spelling,and the literary structure. I enjoy the emotional part of the piece I'm reviewing.
Preferred Author
S. Serpent
(minimum 2,500 GPs)
I aim to give a bizarre little meld of creative and technical pointers. My behavior always goes for being thoughtful and polite. If someone says: "I'm brutally honest/I say it like I see it," I think they're misinterpreting what it means to critique something. At the same time, I want to try and see if I might give advice that can make a writer stronger and not just sugarcoat things. We're writers, we make mistakes! But there's just a teenie weenie bit of difference between constructive criticism and having an inferiority complex! Bare in mind also that I am learning and if you think something I address is incorrect, by all means, please bring it up! We're here to learn from each other!
spidergirl's Portfolio!
Moderator
spidey
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I attempt a well-rounded review where I look at the item from a writer's and reader's perspective. I'll tell you what I liked and what I think could be strengthened. I like to think I'm a courteous and helpful reviewer.
Registered Author
Donkey Hoetay
(minimum 2,000 GPs)
So we all admit that not all stories are created equally. I'll attempt then, to review on a curve, based on an arbitrary two tier system. If the story really impresses me in its uniqueness and is publication worthy, it will make my tier 1 review and I will specifically say so. If the submission is average or below and not publication material it will make my tier 2 review but I will not overtly say this. Both kinds of reviews will still garner supportive analysis and constructive criticism where necessary.
duke-cristiano's Portfolio!
Registered Author
Breaker~A Vigilante Ranger~
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I have no area to consider in a review, but I can highlight an error that is obvious to me. The best way for you to get to know my reviewing style is reading some of them. By seeing them I'm sure you can judge.
dewaholic's Portfolio!
Registered Author
*Jenny*
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
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.
wyrd_naos's Portfolio!
Preferred Author
WyrdNaos Trippin' on Yello
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I like to be analytical in my reviewing. The most interesting pieces of writing often work on a number of different levels, and so I try to consider multiple perspectives when informing the author of what I liked or disliked about their piece. For this reason, I don't get along very well with templates, as I find they turn the whole process into something very clinical! You can expect my reviews to be a fluid, tailored discussion of your individual work.
Registered Author
Alisha P.
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
When it comes to reviewing, I'm not good, but I'll try my best. I like reviewing items that are connected to fictional life and to what I feel. I'm genuine about my view of the stories I review. I won't do grammar unless it really sticks out.
Registered Author
Becky
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
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!!!
Registered Author
One Solitary Voice
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I use a three colored ribbon system, green, blue, and red, to measure my feelings on the strength of that area of the review. The color of the ribbon to the left of the category denotes how I feel the work measured up to the catigory. A Green Ribbon *RibbonG* Means I feel the work passed and met this criteria. A Blue Ribbon *RibbonB* Means I feel this is somehow incomplete, or weak and will explain as best I can and offer any suggestions I can think of. A Red Ribbon *RibbonR* Means I think the work is missing this. A Face Palm *FacePalm* Ether standing alone or alongside a ribbon Will mean I don't know, or I'm not sure. This Style I apply to both short stories and poetry. I'm just learning so please understand I need to have limits, which are word count for short stories is 1,500 Poetry line count is no more that forty lines please. At least for now until I get better at this.
lchichra's Portfolio!
Preferred Author
LostGhost: Seeking & Learning
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I usually love reviewing. I will try to be honest about any plothole or the language issues I find.
Preferred Author
Smee
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I like to go in depth on how I felt whilst reading it. I'll point out where I was tripped out of my flow by sentence structure or oddity. What confuses me. What intrigues me. Examples can be seen in my recent reviews. Happy to review privately on request. Default will be public.
 
I use "Comment-In-A-Box for my ratings.
hdhdhsksid's Portfolio!
Registered User
Dhsvsgsj
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
Not very strict. Decent grammar, spelling. Uniqueness And good story telling. That's how you will get a good review.
james_patrick's Portfolio!
Registered Author
James Heyward
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
Generally long winded... I tend to hone in on aspects of a story that I feel the author underdeveloped and then encourage them to enhance them. My style is a bit chaotic, as I jump from element to element depending on how large they loom in my mind. I may one day employ a template,to cover plot, theme, characters, settings, etc.. but for now I just comment on the parts of the story I feel compelled to address. Because my own spelling and grammar is atrocious, I leave those suggestions to your spellcheck and the more technical reviewers kind enough to visit your work.
supersonic's Portfolio!
Registered Author
SS-Ultra Writing Instinct!
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I will write a detailed review of your item that goes into detail about the positives and negatives of your item. I color code each section so everything is easy to see once you view your review.
Preferred Author
✨GERV➻❥Ult Candy Crusher
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
My reviewing style varies. I may do a little edit if possible or pinpoint what I think is incorrect. My review is merely base on what I feel about your piece. If I enjoy it, I say it. If not, I tell you why I'm not. I often do reviews on all Poetry Items- regardless of the genres, styles and the way it was written. However if you like, you can request a short story, chapter not the entire book or novel, articles and essays, etc.
Preferred Author
KnightScribe
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I focus on plot and characters. Stories I really get into I break down looking at grammar and spelling. I am honest to the core of my reviews and I like to extend as much grace as I can to new writers (cause we've all been there). As far as star ratings go:*Five stars means I think you can publish it.*Four and a half stars means I think just a few changes need to be made (mostly spelling and grammar).*Four stars mean there is something either in the plot, or characters, that aren't working.*Three and a half stars means it's above average for a WDC item, which means revise it once and then call me.*Three stars mean it's an average WDC item, which means revise it once, or twice, and then call me.*Two and a half stars means it's below average for a WDC item, which means something major to the story isn't working.*Two stars means most everything has gone wrong.*One and a half stars means that the only redeeming factor is the premise.*One star means WTF!
bleedingpaper's Portfolio!
Registered Author
BariRandom
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I focus mostly on my experience of your writing. If something seems like it could be more effective, or if something distracts from what I perceive to be the main point, I will let you know. Even if I love your work, I try to provide at least one constructive item.
Registered Author
Slime-J~Has given up
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I'm honest when I review thing I'll say what's on my mind but at the same time I try to stay positive and will always tell you what you did right but this means in no way am I a professional reviewer so take my reviews with a grin of salt please
Registered Author
Matt Appleby
(minimum 1,000 GPs)
I tend to focus on plot and character rather than more technical things. That being said, if I think the story needs re-formatting, or if your spelling/grammar are lacking, I'll tell you. I try to be as thorough as I can: a review under 500 words isn't worth writing, let alone reading. I rarely have time for a full essay, but I'll still try to cover as much as I can think of.
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