Learn together

Critique partners are worth their weight in gold. So (checking financial page) like $20,000 a pound.
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Learn together

Post by TheWriter1997 » August 27th, 2019, 9:17 pm

Looking for a crit partner to give honest feedback to and receive honest feedback from. This is a hint into my writing.


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Re: Learn together

Post by Princesisto » September 23rd, 2019, 4:09 pm

Yes, I am willing to exchange critiques with you.

In return, I would ask you to critique my short stories: the main character is popular with teens on wattpad so I guess they are YA. They are fantasy or science fiction or horror, sometimes a mix. Most of them take place after 2019 so they are speculative fiction.

We could exchange stories one by one, one for one.

Most of the stories feature the New Little Princess as MC. She is a child pop star whose career starts in 2025. She is getting somewhat popular on wattpad through my stories, "Green Princess" and "'Shipped". She is a piano prodigy, instinctively funny, a campaigner for climate change action, democracy in Guatemala (her adopted home from 2022), and against school shootings, a bright, tough, precocious kid who could disable you by kicking both your kneecaps or jumping on your insoles or even shoot you with her concealed derringer that she keeps for protection, beautiful, with a heart of gold and knee-length hair to match. Her mother is Scottish, she grew up in Manchester, England to age 6 and thereafter in Guatemala City: so she is bilingual (fluent in Guatemalan Spanish) and speaks northern and Scots English, in a patois.

Right now I am working on an anthology project for Golden Fleece Publishing called "The Princess' Apocrypha": half of the stories are before the Princess' stardom, where she comes from (starting at age 2) and half are after stardom. They are stories that did not make it into the novel The New Little Princess, which will be submitted very soon.

Are you a published author? What is your published experience like? Have you done critiques before? Where?

If interested, please reply. If we agree, first I would receive your story and send you "Moon Kid" (8900 words) by e-mail.

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