The Stubborn Australian tells us what to avoid when reviewing. Thank you very much for this post.
Everyone is a critic, smashing out reviews left right and centre. Is there a problem with this? Not all the time. In fact, there are plenty of critiques that are what the author, creator or artist need to continue improving upon themselves. Whether or not the review is negative or positive, we are able to learn. Sure we have seen those who refuse to comment on something they had read because they feel that it didn’t make their three-star guidelines. But even if you didn’t enjoy the work produced, would a little tip cause you to go astray?
So here a few pointers on how best to review a person’s blood, sweat and tears.
1. Don’t be the grammar police
Not everyone in the writing world passed English at school, nor did they receive a masters in communication at a university. So with that everyone is prone to making some…
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