I posted some thoughts in a few writing workshop threads before I'd really figured out the rules for 2 critiques = 1 critiquee coupon (like that's a real word). However if I had known the rules I probably would have been more comprehensive. Nevertheless, do these come up to the requirements, or too short; Register to remove this ad http://www.writingforums.org/showthread.php?t=41487 http://www.writingforums.org/showthread.php?t=41756 It's not so much those threads in particular, but whether the length of my replies in them would be generally enough to warrant the title of 'a critique'? I'd much prefer pointing out small things, or a single thought on some element of structure rather than tearing apart an entire piece. Mainly in the hope of getting some discussion with the author, during which you might cover the whole piece in a more constructive way. More often than not when a piece is practically rewritten by a critic there doesn't seem to be much response from the author. Probably from depression or being overwhelmed I should imagine.