Critiquing Your Work – part 2

Yesterday, I shared a great resource about how to critique your writing from Writers Helping Writers. Today, I thought I might offer another critique cheat sheet, this time from C.S. Lakin. Here is the first block of critique questions offered by Ms. Lakin. Conflict Does your story begin with some sort of conflict—either internal or external? Does the beginning set up the bigger “conflict” of … Continue reading Critiquing Your Work – part 2

Critiquing Your Work

One part of the revision process is critiquing your work. Whether it’s constant throughout the process or at various phases during your writing, critique is crucial to making a quality finished work. But what questions should we ask? How do we critique our book in a holistic, systematic way that makes for a great product and keeps us sane? Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi from … Continue reading Critiquing Your Work