Constructive Criticism

Just like "Ask Ariel", another book of mine, the point of this is help others. If you want me to read your stories, I definitely will and give you constructive criticism, if needed.

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1. How It Works

Hi readers!  This book is a way for you to request constructive criticism.  Simply ask for a book review in the comments with a link to the story, and I will read it and let you know what I think.  You can request to have the review put in the comments of your book for all to see.  I will put the review in this book even if it is in your comments, unless you request otherwise.  All I ask is that you don't have me review a book that is rated more than a G when it comes to maturity level. I also ask that you don't ask for a review on a book that contains any romance that would not be suitable for any age.  I try to keep this as clean as possible, let's say.  But even if you think your book is TERRIBLE and would be embarrassed to have it reviewed publicly, what I would tell you is this: you have to start somewhere.  No one is born knowing all the grammar rules or how to spell every word or the best way to remove redundancy or any of that stuff.  See what I mean?  I legit just used the word "stuff" in my intro.  What I am trying to say is that the only way you are going to get better is by receiving tips on what you write.  Don't get me wrong though- I am not saying I am this world-class critic and I never have any errors in MY writing.  I'll put a typo so you see what I meen.  All I am doing is giving my advice to you, an I am firmly believing that everyone is an excellent writer in their own way.  So I hope you enjoy seeing these reviews and be sure to read the books people request to be reviewed!  

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