Top Ten Critique Tips ~ AIW Press

Hey, everyone! Happy Thursday. (Or should I say, Friday Eve?) If you read the acknowledge pages of my books, you’ll find that I always give a shout out to my weekly writer’s group. I can’t tell you how much this group of men and women have helped me over the years.

While some members have come and gone, and new ones have joined, we’ve met for a number of years. Some write inspirational stories, others are writing a memoir, and a couple of us write fiction. We’ve even had a poet recently join us.  But we have one thing in common: Our love for writing and wanting our work to be the best it can be.

Today on the AIW Press blog, Michele Jones offers a list of top ten tips for critiquing. Be sure to check it out. (And more to come about AIW Press in a later post.)

Click here to read Michele’s post.

2 thoughts on “Top Ten Critique Tips ~ AIW Press

  1. How great, Joan, that you can be part of such a group. Unfortunately, this is out of the question for me. There may be groups, though I strongly doubt, in my area, but they are in Romanian. They will be of no use for me. I tried to find something on the internet but haven’t managed. Just the several friends, fellow authors, I met along these years.
    It’s always useful to have a fresh pair of eyes over what we write.
    Have a nice day!
    I am heading to read the article.


    1. That’s too bad, Carmen. It’s nice to have someone to connect with and give us feedback. I’ve not done an online critique group, but know of authors who have.

      Thanks for stopping by!


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