A Manuscript Critique is an in-depth editorial report that provides you with broad feedback on your manuscript. It focuses on story and plot structure, voice, character development, clarity, consistency, and any other weaknesses that are specific to your narrative and prose.
When your manuscript has structural issues, a critique will lead you to restructure materials, revise sections, and make cuts.
For fiction writers, you can expect feedback on: storytelling, structure, plot, characterization, dialogue, viewpoint and narration, hooks, tone, pacing and progression, setting, voice and writing mechanics.
For nonfiction authors, you can expect feedback on: content, structure, organization, clarity, focus, mechanics, and writing style.
This is perfect for a newer author, as well as anyone who is changing genres. It will identify your strengths, help you understand your weaknesses, and allow you to write with confidence.