Wednesday's Writing Tip is short and sweet writing advice. Grab your cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy!
Cat's meow? Yes!
You need a critique group or a critique partner!I cannot stress enough how important my writing partners have been. Here I am to share my experience and suggest the best critique group on the web, Critique Circle.
When I began to write Time Changes Everything, I decided that it would be a good idea to find a critique partner. Since I live in a Spanish-speaking country, it was impossible to find a support group here. I needed serious writers who could speak English and who were willing to help. So, I did a little research and found the website Critique Circle, and boy were these ladies and gentlemen a helpful group!
group is the amount of people involved. You will inevitably find other writers just like you, with similar writing genres and a wealth of experience.
Overall, here are the reasons why I love this place:
1) It's free! (Of course, there is a PRO version, which I pay for, but it isn't necessary) and easy to sign up.
2) You can focus on your genre of writing. Mine happens to be romance.
3) There are forums to discuss anything you wish. Most of it has to do with writing, but other times it can be off-topic.
4) A whole bunch of tools such as Storyboards, Outlining Templates, Name Generator, Submission Tacker and more!
So, my Wednesday advice to you is to find a critique partner, a local critique group, or one online. I know there are other groups online, but Critique Circle is a good way to go. You won't be disappointed.
Thanks for stopping by! Don't forget to check out other #Wwow authors:
Paloma Beck: http://romancebeckons.blogspot.com/search/label/WoW
Tammy Dennings Maggy http://tammydenningsmaggy.blogspot.com
Jessicca Collins: http://thatsexactlywrite.blogspot.com