Writer's Blog (megancrewe) wrote,
Writer's Blog

Looking for a crit partner?

One of the most frequently asked questions I get as a writer is, “How do you find people to read and give you feedback on your writing?” And definitely finding someone who’s going to give you a helpful perspective on your stories and whose stories you’ll also want to read and have useful things to say about can seem like a difficult proposition.

Thankfully, awesome people like the bloggers over at Let The Words Flow want to help you solve that problem! If you’re an aspiring (or established, for that matter) author who’s looking for crit partners, check out their post here to help you find a good match.

I can say without hesitation that I’d never have gotten anywhere near as far as I have with my writing career if it wasn’t for my wonderful critiquers. I hope you find one (or more!) who’ll be equally wonderful for you! :)

Originally published at Megan Crewe - another world, not quite ours. You can comment here or there.

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