Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by MikesterManifest, Nov 3, 2014.
i write action stories... where would i post them?
Hey, there. Welcome to the forum. Give a quick read to the New Member Quick Start. The info you want as to where to post you action stories is in there. It will also explain our requirements before stories can be posted for critique.
thank you @Wreybies do you know anypeople on here who don't mind editing? Grammar isnt really my forte
First of all, welcome to the forum! You should read the New Member Guide in the submenu at the top of the home page, which will tell you what you need to know as a new member.
One of the things this forum does is require a bit of time and input from new members before they are allowed to post their own work for critique. This is explained in the New Members Guide, but basically:
2 weeks of membership with the forum
2 constructive critiques given to items already in the Workshop
20 post minimum (other than the 2 critiques, the other posts can be from anywhere in the forum)
These requirements are so you will get to know the forum a bit, we will get to know you, and we can establish a mutual give and take relationship. Once you've met the requirements, you are welcome to post your work for critique. The Workshop contains many categories, so your 'action story' should fit in somewhere. Is it a short story? If so, find a category under the Short Story section, and post it there. If it's a novel, there is a separate Novel section.
Look forward to meeting you on the threads, and look forward to reading your work! Enjoy! This is a very nice place to be, if you're a writer or aspire to be one. Lots of ages, professions, styles and interests. I'm sure you'll find something that suits you very well.
Once you've met the reqs, there will be all sorts that critique your work, amongst them you will find plenty of grammar police to steer your syntax in the right direction. Others will focus on content and form, others on character development, etc.
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