:p Hello my dear fellows! Okay, I am new to this forum...hello!.. and noticed that posts above 1000 word are not allowed. How then does a chap have some other chaps look at his work?
I have written a fantasy fiction story and am currently in the middle of the second one and I am a devourer of feedback.
Let me know, ta.
January 6th, 2004, 07:07 PM
Send me a PM or e-mail me and I'll send you my opinion. Usually, the best way to ask and usually many will PM you f they wish to review it.
So e-mail me and I'll be more than happy to review it for you.
January 7th, 2004, 08:14 AM
:) Thanks maus, I will send you the first dozen or so chapters and you can let me know what you think, if you want to keep reading, etc, and so on, and so forth, blah... ;)
January 7th, 2004, 09:55 AM
If you wish to share larger texts for reviews you can always upload them somewhere and post a link to the text file. You can register free web space accounts for example in www.angelfire.com
January 21st, 2004, 02:04 PM
:confused: Well this is kind of weird... for a writer's forum, one would have expected more interest in the work of aspiring writers.
Is this usual? Is there just not much interest in this forum?
I ask because I have had many people read and post feedback on my work in other forums and always very positively. Indeed, it has been the input from the many good people I have met on forums that has improved my writing beyond recognition.
January 21st, 2004, 11:17 PM
Most people are probably more interested in writing themselves than reading other amateur writers' work. And this site serves a wider purpose and is not a specialist writers' site.
January 22nd, 2004, 02:15 PM
:( Well, that is a shame, considering the pre-requisite to becoming a good writer is to be a good reader. Just strikes me as being a very good idea for aspiring writers to support, encourage and help one another.
Nice to be nice...
What goes around comes around...
January 22nd, 2004, 11:05 PM
I'd read your story if I weren't busy editing stories on two other sites. Keep plugging away and find a good writers' group to join.