Critiquing is also a form of proofreading.
You invest substantial resources such as time, energy and creativity in planning, creating and executing a content strategy to ensure your message reaches the audience. Sometimes, all that hard work can be marred by common errors or a small typo – how do you feel when you notice a spelling mistake in your everyday life?
The more you write, the more you’ll tune in to your unique voice and the better you’ll get.
2) Get critiqued occasionally.
You should never pay any attention to what your mother says about your writing, or what anyone who loves you says about your writing, because all those people are liars. You should pay attention only to people who know what good writing is and who also know how to critique bad writing. Many who know good writing don’t have any idea how to critique bad writing and will not be able to help you. To read the rest go to : https://bit.ly/2FrFLYj
We, at Authors Community, want to do the most we can to help our authors. You are all very important to us. We need your feedback in all areas of our community, to help make it grow as a loving community of Christian authors helping one another with our writing.
Please seriously consider joining a critique group. They are so much fun and such a big boost in our writing. The people I have critiqued with since 2010 have said that through these groups my writing has greatly improved.