Looking for feedback on your writing?
You don’t want to miss this.
I’m excited to announce that I will be giving away a free in-depth critique of a 500-word nonfiction piece to one lucky reader.
I started this blog as a way to build a community of writers eager to help and encourage each other on their writing journey. My main goal is to help you hone your craft, and one of the best ways to do that is to actually read your writing and give you personal feedback.
As some of you know, I run a writing tutoring business. I have a passion for helping people fine-tune their writing and develop their unique voice.
It’s true that my last article was about how we have to stop editing our writing. But, really, the crux of that article was that editing is important. We just need to learn how to do it efficiently.
Having a second set of eyes evaluate your writing is one of the best ways to grow as a writer, and it also helps you see exactly what you need to edit in the future.
So what are you waiting for? Here’s how to enter:
How to Enter
There are only two basic requirements for your eligibility to enter this giveaway and those are:
#1: That you be a writer
#2: That you be subscribed to the mailing list
Check? You’re set. Just fill out the Rafflecopter box below (may take time to load), and you’re in!
For bonus entries, you can:
- Follow me on Twitter.
- Tweet about the giveaway.
- Leave a comment on what you would like feedback on if you win.
Other Details to Know
The giveaway ends March 26 at 11:59 PM EST. One winner will be announced on March 28 and contacted by email. After that, you will have 48 hours to respond and send in your writing excerpt. If I don’t receive anything in that time, your critique will be given to someone else.
Your excerpt must be a 500 word nonfiction piece written in English sent in the body of your email. I will be critiquing grammar and style.
Note that deviation from the guidelines will result in forfeiting your critique.
I think that’s it! Make sure to stay tuned for updates and an announcement. I’m so excited for a chance to see your work!