Thursday, 8 August 2013

Writing Critique Service

Are you a beginner writer, looking for advice? A published novelist in need of full ms critique prior to submission? Somewhere in between and searching for advice on fiction or non-fiction? Why not investigate The Lorraine Mace Writing Critique Service?

Writers receive a report covering manuscript presentation, title, opening paragraphs, story resolution, dialogue, characterisation and an overall assessment. They also get back their original document marked up with track changes to show comments and advice directly on the text. The critiques cover not only where improvements are needed, but also detail what it is that writers are doing right! This is something that is often overlooked when work is appraised, but it is an important aspect in a writer’s progress.

Details for submission can be found on the website:

Lorraine Mace is the humour columnist for Writing Magazine and a competition judge for Writers’ Forum. She has been a tutor for the Writers Bureau since 2007, and is the author of the Writers Bureau course, Marketing Your Book. She is also co-author, with Maureen Vincent-Northam of The Writer's ABC Checklist (Accent Press). Lorraine is the founder of the Flash 500 competitions ( covering flash fiction, humour verse and novel openings, where she also provides critiques for entrants.

Writing as Frances di Plino, she is the author of crime/thrillers, Bad Moon Rising and Someday Never Comes.

Critique Service for Writers
Flash 500 Flash Fiction Competition
Flash 500 Humour Verse Competition

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