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So please enter the username you want (no spaces), as well as your name / author name - which will be visible to everyone - along with your email address (not visible) and a password in the form below.

There are also a few questions about your writing, some required and some optional. It's great to have you here!!

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Be as specific as you can! For example: I'm writing a young adult novel based in the modern day. My story has a humorous angle and explores...

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What is your experience with critiquing?

Are you pursuing publication?
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Self published or traditional, it's all the same to us.

What I want in an awesome Critique Partner (required)

Check all that apply so we know what your goals in having a critique partner are.

The type of structure you like (required)

Are you looking for an exchange with an enforced structure and deadlines between your partner and yourself? Or do you prefer something much more casual; contacting each other if and when needs be?

How often can you give & receive feedback?
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Are you published? Unpublished? Self-published? Just writing for fun? How many words do you usually write a week?

Authors, Books, Events, Eras, list anything that helps us to understand your writing style!

What was the last book you read and truly enjoyed? This helps your partner know what kind of reading you enjoy.

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You can tell us anything! Help your potential critique partners get to know you a little. It's always fun to have things in common outside of writing. It will also increase your chances of being contacted.

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