35 Questions to Ask When Critiquing a Novel (by Rachel Poli)

Are you beginning the editing stage of your novel? Did someone ask you to critique their novel or are you asking someone else to critique yours? Here are 35 questions to ask yourself to dig deeper …

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2 thoughts on “35 Questions to Ask When Critiquing a Novel (by Rachel Poli)

  1. Andrea Lundgren says:

    I don’t mind know. It seems like an awful lot to ask readers, and as for sitting down with such a list on your own works…I think it’d lead to second guessing and over-thinking for me. 🙂

    Still, they are all great elements to look at and things I try to keep in mind when reviewing/coaching a book. The tough part about reading is that we’re drawn to different things, so no one version of a book will make every reader happy.

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    • weavingword says:

      It seemed like a lot of questions to me too. I probably wouldn’t try to answer all of them in depth, but maybe use them as a guide to help alert me to where there might be issues. Obviously common sense would also have to be applied or such a list could make you crazy. 🙂

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