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Do you folks construct a work, from scratch, here? (1 Viewer)

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Davi Mai

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I'm still exploring, and I've come from Scribophile, where we post individual chapters for critique. I've produced a couple of novellas with help of critiques there.
Has anyone done the same here, or do you write the whole thing first and then come here for help and feedback? Thanks.
 
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VRanger

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I'm still exploring, and I've come from Scribophile, where we post individual chapters for critique. I've produced a couple of novellas with help of critiques there.
Has anyone done the same here, or so you write the whole thing first and then come here for help and feedback? Thanks.
Up to you. :) The Fiction Workshop will handle piecemeal offerings, and the Beta Readers Forum lets you inquire at that level. You'll get more certain feedback from the Workshop, though.
 

TheMightyAz

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I'm still exploring, and I've come from Scribophile, where we post individual chapters for critique. I've produced a couple of novellas with help of critiques there.
Has anyone done the same here, or do you write the whole thing first and then come here for help and feedback? Thanks.
It's pretty much up to you how you approach things. I post small sections of scenes or whole scenes and often change them as I go. The only thing I would say, to be fair on everyone, is if you do post stuff like that, don't start another thread just for the updates. Again though, that's not set in stone. I just change stuff so often I'd have about 50 threads in the workshop area on the same novel by now! And I ain't exaggerating.
 
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