Who should I get to review my writing? I don't want to ask my friends because I don't think they can give me honest, useful feedback, so who should I ask?


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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

I'd love to review your writing Taylor ! I told you I would be waiting for it. You might just ask Didge as he's written a fine book and I'm sure he could steer you in the right direction.

Soul Fly Profile
Soul Fly answered

Post them online in writing forums and you will get some pretty honest critique.

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Matt Radiance answered

The best professional way would be to take your writing to writing labels and publishers. Simply they read it and they will give you a hard honest and heavy opinion about your book, note, writing and all your texts. And you have an automatic chance to gain their attention and they offer you contract and publishing serve. Even if that don't be your intention. It's a few sided work by bringing your book to professionals into the industry. With that way,you can also test yourself in today's current pro writing world as well.

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Yo Kass answered

Are there any creative writing groups or meetups in your area? If not, why not start one on Meetup.com

Or you could take a creative writing course.

I studied creative writing as part of my degree and, honestly, the most useful part of the experience was getting feedback and access to a responsive audience who were willing to help me improve my work. It's so important to have people to bounce ideas off.

As others mentioned, feel free to reach out on here too. I for one would be more than happy to check out your work, I'm sure it's great!

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