Home‎ > ‎

Critiques & Rates

As a multi-published award winning author, creative writing teacher and an avid reader, I feel it's an honor to help other aspiring writers and authors.
Many don't realize there is a difference between critiquing and editing. When doing a critique I will let you know how to improve you story with helpful suggestions and comments.
  • POV (point of view)
  • Inciting Incidents (story question)
  • Obligatory scenes
  • Plot points
  • Sub-plots
  • Tense problems
  • Themes
  • Character development
  • Conflict (internal/external)
  • Secondary characters
  • Passive voice
  • Five senses
  • Dialogue


Query letter: A query letter is the first thing a potential agent/publisher will see. Make it your best.
Synopsis: Even seasoned authors have trouble break their stories down to five or less pages.