Friday, February 24, 2017

Where to get Your Writing Critiqued

"All writers, whatever their experience and expertise, need their articles and books critiqued, particularly by published writers and editors. The Non-Fiction members on Internet Writing Workshop are knowledgeable and thorough critiquers who significantly improve the style and substance of member's articles, memoirs, books and online content writing. Their camaraderie makes the reciprocal arrangement of submitting writing and critiquing others writing pleasant and fulfilling for members.

Dozens of writers became successful since joining IWW's Non-Fiction, a FREE on-line list. The following authors and writers are examples of the dozens who credit their success to IWW: Gary Presley, Diane Diekman, Jack Shakely, Sheri McGregor, Janaki Lenin, Tracy Foote, Sarah Morgan, Charles P. Hobbs, and Tim Elhajj.

Diane Diekman says, '"I subbed the four books below as manuscripts, one chapter at a time, before rewriting and publishing them. They are much better than they would have been without the advice of NFiction members.

Twentieth Century Drifter: The Life of Marty Robbins
Live Fast, Love Hard: The Faron Young Story
Navy Greenshirt: A Leader Made, Not Born
A Farm in the Hidewood: My South Dakota Home

Peggy Vincent says, "I sold "Baby Catcher Chronicles of a Modern Midwife"for $100,000 to Scribners in 2001, and it never would have happened without the Non-Fiction members on IWW, whose critiques made me a better writer." It's available in softback and hardback at Amazon.

Carol Newman published her Kindle edition of The Road to Anywhere But Here. "Thanks to the tremendous feedback I received on IWW Non-Fiction, I tightened, pruned, and expanded some areas. Then I entered the Writer's Digest E-book contest. WD gave me a 5 rating in Structure, Organization, Pacing, Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar, Plot and Story, Appeal, Character Appeal and Development, Voice and Writing Style, and only one point lower in Production Quality and Cover Design. I also received an excellent review. IWW Non-Fiction group is a valuable resource. Thanks to the members' excellent help.

Paul Fein, author of "Tennis Confidential" and "Tennis's Most Wanted" says, "I've received about half of my 40 writing awards since joining IWW in 2005. My work has been published around the world in tennis and sports magazines. I truly appreciate all that IWW members have done for me with their very helpful critiques, and I try my utmost to reciprocate by critiquing as well as and as often as I can.

"Thanks to members of IWW Non-Fiction, my article about Rafael Nadal received Honorable Mention in the nonfiction category of Writer's Digest annual writing competition.

Dozens of other Non-Fiction members like Cathy Moser, Judith Stock, Paul Pekin, and June Gallant publish in magazines, newspapers, and at a vast variety of e-publications.

Join Non-Fiction today: Internet Writing Workshop

Mona Vanek, Montana Scribbler, IWW Non-Fiction member, and author of "Behind These Mountains, Vols. I, II and III" 

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