This Subverse was created with the intention of facilitating an environment where writers feel comfortable giving and receiving advice from other writers.
Posts such as links to Online Articles, E-Books, Videos, or other Online Media will also be allowed.
If you wish to submit a piece of writing in order to receive advice, simply create a New Discussion and post your writing in the Description. If it exceeds the Character Limit, simply post the piece of writing as a link in the Description.
If you wish to give advice, simply leave a comment.
Writers may feel free to address the writing in its entirety or a particular section. If a writer chooses to focus on a section, please quote it in the comment.
Please refrain from advice that is not constructive in nature.
Additionally, please don't take any reviews as an attack on yourself as a writer, or your writing itself.
While often light-hearted, this subverse is serious in nature. Make sure your actions reflect that.
Be polite at all times.
Refrain from over use of expletives.
Do you best to be helpful.
You may X-post or link to another site if the work is your own.
If a post contains writings of scenes of a graphic nature, mark it “mature” by tagging as [M].
No erotica posts, however scenes with mature content are allowed if marked.
Use proper tags when posting. (Working out Tags still.)
Discussion Posts containing general advice are not allowed.
Outside Links or Sources are allowed if your reply exceeds the character limit.
Be as specific as possible when commenting. Explain exactly what you thought was good, and exactly what you believe could be improved.
Do not promote your own material on another person’s submission.
Be specific as to which section you’re commenting on, or if you’re commenting on the writing in its entirety.
Comments are for Constructive Criticism only.
[M] - Denotes a story may include gore, adult scenes (once again,pure erotica is not allowed), or scenes of an overtly graphic nature.
[X-Post] - If you posted in another subverse, like v/PromptoftheDay
[Sci-Fi] - Used for, well, Science Fiction
[Serial] - Writing designed to be released over time in parts
[Short-Story] - a concise story
"Paragraph One had a few grammatical issues such as ..."
"The way you moved the plot forward was intriguing, but hard to follow."
"Paragraph Two, Sentence Four does not fit well because... consider removing."
"This is bad."
"This is super good."
"I like how you described the characters."
The purpose of this Subverse is to aid writers in their overall goal of self-improvement. Keep that in mind at all times.