The best notes tend to be specific

Reading services, from the Blacklist to me, prefer to give overall notes in a general way. They're easier to do, and harder to specifically challenge. Unfortunately, they're not always the most helpful. Take these Blacklist notes posted by reddit user wolfduke : The narrative suffers from a premise that is ungrounded, as it introduces a sprawling... Continue Reading →

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Rewriting dialogue by identifying the function of it.

They say all dialogue should further understanding of the character or further the story. It also needs to convey distinct character voice, be entertaining, and convey the impression that the writer is worthy of being hired. It’s a lot, and people often get lost trying to do everything at once. Here’s my trick: I like... Continue Reading →

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