Nobody is born knowing how to write. It’s a skill that needs to be developed. Perhaps God has put a specific story on your heart that you feel unqualified to write. Maybe you’ve been working on something for a while, but you suspect it could be written with a higher standard—if only you know what to improve.

You deserve professional support to bring your story to its full potential! Join us on May 7th for a professional critique of your novel chapter or short story.

Director of The Company Brad Pauquette and second-year apprentice Alli Prince will personally review your novel chapter or short story. Together, they’ll respectfully critique your story and provide constructive counsel. There is no cost to participate.

During an online Zoom meeting open to all members of The Company, Brad and Alli will discuss how your story can improve, what needs to be changed, and what you’re doing well! Brad has more than 15 years of experience working with writers and helping them to achieve top tier results with their work. This is your opportunity to capture the benefit of his experience, at no cost to you.

We’ve all been there, unsure if our words matter or are worth writing, unsure if we’re any good at this at all. Don’t let hesitation keep you from success. Submit your story for this critique session today! We’ll choose approximately five stories to critique at this session.

How to participate in this critique session

  1. Email a PDF of your short story or single novel chapter to workshop@writers.company no later than 8am on April 29th.
  2. Attend the live Zoom critique session on Tuesday, May 7th at 8pm ET.
  3. Implement the feedback you receive and take your work to the next level!

You may submit any genre of work. All submissions should be less than 5,000 words.

When and where can I attend?

Everyone is invited to join us for the live critique session via Zoom on May 7th at 8 p.m. ET, even if your story hasn’t been selected for critique. If you miss it, we’ll post a video of the session within a week of the live meeting.

The full text of the stories Brad and Alli critique will be available to members of The Company, so that our members can follow along with the session and also learn from the feedback. Stories will not be made available to the general public. You can become a member here.

Now what?

It’s time to submit your story. This is a unique opportunity for you to grow as a writer and bring your story to its full potential. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to receive professional feedback on your work!

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