Just as a reminder to the forum as a whole, please remember that the Workshop rules indicate that a member must give two (2) well-considered critiques for every one (1) new item posted in the Writing Workshop. It's not 2 critiques and then spam the Workshop with everything on your hard-drive. It's always a 2-for-1. This is how the Workshop's productivity is ensured. Please make sure that you follow this dynamic because, though we won't see every infraction thereof, when we do, we will first ask that it be remedied by the member giving the missing number of critiques needed to fulfill the pact, else remove/close the overage of newly posted items. We would much rather the former rather than the latter. ETA: Just to be pedantically clear for any who are unsure as to what this means... If I go into a member's profile page and see this: Then I expect to find at least 48 well considered, individual critiques given to other members by this member. That snapshot is from my own member profile. That's how many individual items I have posted for critique across the years. I'm not really worried about my own ratio because I have done literally hundreds of critiques. I enjoy doing them. I find the act of doing them to be the most personally educational thing I can do in this kind of forum environment. Now, you're asking yourself why the mods just don't stop members from breaking the rule. We do. But we don't live here in the software. We're not A.I.s plugged into the code. We depend on the citizenry to help us because we are only human, we have things to do away from the digital fantasy. If you notice something like this, report it. It's so simple. Hit the report button. When the mods look into it, if there are grounds to take action, they will. If they find that the member is square with their crits, the member will be none the wiser and all will continue as normal.