Critique Form


This is a cool critique form from Maine Muse:

The Musings of A New Englander


My instructor passed out a form for us to critique the work of others.

I thought we could pass this form to our beta readers. They can use it as a guideline. We could use it ourselves and see if we are spotty in some areas. Each section is worth five points for a total of 20 points.

Plot

-Attention needs to be paid to plot development

-The story lacks credibility in places

-Good start/good ideas but loses direction and force

-The story holds interest throughout but the ending is disappointing

-Flows smoothly,well researched, almost there

-This is a well-crafted story and it is clear that the author has considered all the aspects of the plot

Characterization

-The characters do not always come over as real people

-Told from the viewpoint of too many characters, so that the readers learns little about them

-In general, the characters are believable …

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4 thoughts on “Critique Form

  1. I hope it helps your readers. I thought it was a great guideline we could all use.

    Sharon/NewEnglandMuse

  2. Thanks, Kate! I want to go there because of actually getting back to my current book. (Yey!)

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