I know that I should be promoting my own site above all other but I'm not like that...so, here are some sites you might want to check out if you can't find what you're looking for here... (Click the icon to be taken to each site.)
This is my main critique site. I have met many great partners on this site, some you know like Doralynn and JL Campbell.
Con: This site cost money to join. Unless you want to just critique. Also, it's reliant on a reciprocal program, you critique, you get critiqued. However, most sites are like that. Pro: There are a lot of great writers on this site and because you have to pay, the writers are serious about their work and your work. Also, there are a lot of great contests where you can win money or publication.
From this website.
authonomyTM is a brand new writing community site for writers, readers and publishers, conceived and developed by book editors at HarperCollins. We want to flush out the brightest, freshest new literature around - we’re glad you stopped by.
If you’re a writer, authonomy is the place to show your face – and show off your writing on the web. Whether you’re unpublished, self-published, looking to get published, or just getting started, all you need is a few chapters to start building your profile online, and start connecting with the authonomy writing community. - From the authonomy site.
Think of it like a dating website, but ‘The One’ is your perfect critique partner. You can find ‘The One’ by searching for members based on the genre they write, their writing and critiquing experience, interests and more. Ladies Who Critique is completely free – and always will be! - From the Ladies Who Critique site.
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Critique Circle is an online writing workshop for all authors, whether they write literary fiction, genre fiction, articles or short stories. Our purpose is to provide a place for writers to give and receive feedback on their work, and thereby learn from one another. The Critique Circle also includes forums as well as helpful writing tools for manuscript progress, submission tracking, character generation and more.
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