Wednesday’s Word: critique Wat’s it mean?

Critique – /kri teek/

MSWORD’s definition: give review of
– to discuss or comment on something such as a creative work, giving an assessment of its good and bad qualities

Sentences:

My critique partner is Susan Carlisle, writer of medical romance.

I’m a member of The Rebels, a group who critiques drafts of our various writing projects.

A good critique of writing includes praise for the strong elements and honest, but gentle notations where improvement can be made.

A critique is an opinion, one person’s assessment of the strong and weak elements of a work.

About Carol Burnside / Annie Rayburn

Carol Burnside is an award-winning author of romance with serious sizzle. She blogs here, most always with a glass of sweet tea within arm's reach.
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  1. I’m proud to be your critique partner. Your feed back is invaluable.

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