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Yes, reviews are submissive.
However, as writers, we feel the need for another couple of people to look at our manuscripts and give us useful tips and instructions so that we can make our books as good as possible. The best critic is someone with years of editorial expertise.
Several editors say you should never get a review because it is completely biased. You say you should simply have your text editor edit it and correct all grammar errors. However, few playwrights think about criticizing their work first. However in my thirty years of experiencing novel writing, becoming a multi-published novelist and working as a professional copy editor and typing trainer in the publishing community, I have come to realize that most novelists - whether a new or a mature publisher - need a criticism and preferrably in the early design of their script.
Sure, criticism is objective. However, if your novel or non-fiction script ends up on a frahling's desktop or is placed in the hand of an acquisitions journalist, it is also subject to reading. However, here is the thing that writers need to understand: A pro in the publisher business will be able to bring to life many years of personal reading with years of practice; an appreciation of contemporary markets and tendencies; an appreciation of existing or acceptable style, structures and format; and a sharpened feel for an inventive and convincing writer's voices.
There' s no such thing as impartial criticism, but that should not be an option. My aim in criticising your script is not only to help you make your text sparkle, but also to motivate you, to teach you and to help you on this stony path.
Good criticism should not seem like a good slap on the back with a few mumbled words like "good work". You need guts to pass on your work to someone - this work that you have written, sweated, questioned yourself and the virtues of your work, for example, for weeks or even years, to be torn to pieces by someone heartless.
It is a great way to get a criticism of a sub-muscript to see if the plot is developing well and if all the necessary new items are in place and working. They may not be sure how to make the plot a highlight and dissolve, or bind your topics and ride your point home at the end.
Criticism can help you with proposals and feedbacks on your own idea before you start writing the last section of your novel. There is, of course, no assurance that if you accept all proposals in your criticism, you will get an agents or a bookshop. /But using to make changes proposed in a good review expands you and teaches you how to be a better writer, and as you practice the things you are learning will vastly enhance your chances of achieving your dreams.
So you have a script you've finished, but you're not sure if it's good? a script that needs work, but you don't know how to do it? a suggested reading you want to burnish to draw the eye of an editor or editor? a few sections but you' re not sure it's the best they can be?
I' m here to help you. This is a thorough review of your proposed books or manuscripts (complete or in a few chapters) that gives you useful tips for improving your work. What's the point of a review? As soon as your money and materials are received, I will add your criticism to my schedule and send you an email to review it.
I' m sometimes two to three weeks behind and can give you a general estimate of the date for your criticism. So, if you are still working on your script and think it will take you another one or two weeks to be up and running, this is a good moment to get in contact with us and keep to the timetable (without commitment for you).
I strongly advise you to send in only the first fifty pages if you have never had a review and especially if this is your first novel. You can see how much work you have to do to get the storyline structural soundtrack, properly implement the attitudes and character, and establish the protagonist's premises and heart-wield.
All too often, authors devote years of their lives to write a novel unless they have a convincing approach or a well-structured history. There is little point in paying several hundred bucks to be finally said that you really don't have a history. May I give your script the serious consideration it merits and not hasten the criticism proces.