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This is your potential book editor/reviewer speaking! If you're looking for an intellectual input on your writing, I'm your girl.
Iím a fresh-eyed student - and by fresh, I mean young and quick to pick out details and errors, as well as plot holes. I enjoy this type of work (since I havenít gotten the chance to get tired of it yet), and I want to help other potential authors like myself reach success.
I recently graduated high school (third in my class out of one-hundred-and-seven), spending a recent semester of college...
I'm willing to read any type of genres, to be honest. I really need the experience that comes with variety.
I have read nonfiction writing, including: memoirs of a school shooting, to a women whose husband's was getting deported.
I have read many fiction works, because that seems to be the majority of writing, along with romance and a few horrors.
I will read the story and place in-line corrections under/inside the lines that include my opinions and my corrections to misspellings and grammatical errors.
As a young college student, I promise a full revision to the best of my abilities. If you want to see how I review, go to CritiqueCircle.com and I use the same user name on here as I do there. I also have a few stories of my own up there, so be sure to check them out!
I am part of the top ranked out of over four-thousand people on the website and am proud to say I review for enjoyment.
This does not mean I don't take the work seriously. I spend many hours at a time critiquing works - just look at my statistics. You can see my most current stats here:
Current Activity Rank No. 65 ∑ Extremely active (Top 8%)
All-time Activity Rank No. 1821 ∑ Extremely active (Top 10%)
Average per week: 3.8
Number of Crit Words 23,063
Average per critique: 1002
Time spent writing crits 17 hours and 55 minutes
Average per critique: 53 minutes
Each entry I critique ranges from 1000 words, to chapters over 4000 words (rarely though). I always do in-line, and almost match...
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