Posted on 03/02/2022 at 10:09 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Seeking feedback on your book's draft is, of course, extremely helpful for authors of all experience level.
But you can approach the process in a way that maximizes the value for you (and also gives your critiquers better guidance, too).
Writer's Digest managing editor Moriah Richard encourages you to think about the best way for you to process feedback.
Is it through a marked-up document or through a dialogue?
Is it by simply asking the reviewer to highlight areas of weakness, or is it by pointing out areas you're concerned with or struggling with?
Or is it during the writing process or after you're relatively satisfied with your draft?
Richard discusses how writers can individualize their feedback structure at Writer's Digest.
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