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First Page Critique: Raven in Trouble

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Welcome to our first-page critiques! These critiques are meant to give insight into how we might look at a manuscript as it comes across our desks on submission. We’ll strive to be critical but not mean. Because it’s only about 800 words, 2 pages at the most, the amount of feedback is necessarily limited—we don’t […]

First Page Critique: Humorous Small-Town Holiday Romance

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Welcome to our first-page critiques! These critiques are meant to give insight into how we might look at a manuscript as it comes across our desks on submission. We’ll strive to be critical but not mean. Because it’s only about 800 words, 2 pages at the most, the amount of feedback is necessarily limited—we don’t […]

First Page Critique: The Selkie Stranger

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Welcome to our first-page critiques! These critiques are meant to give insight into how we might look at a manuscript as it comes across our desks on submission. We’ll strive to be critical but not mean. Because it’s only about 800 words, 2 pages at the most, the amount of feedback is necessarily limited—we don’t […]

Short Scene Critique: Late Night Alley Brawl

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Meant to be a sneak peek into a Carina editor’s brain, and critiqued by a different editor each time, these critiques are posted twice a month. The idea here is to give you a quick insight into how we might look at a manuscript as it comes across our desks on submission. We’ll strive to […]

Short Scene Critique: Paranormal Romance

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Meant to be a sneak peek into a Carina editor’s brain, and critiqued by a different editor each time, these posts will give insight into how we might look at a manuscript as it comes across our desks on submission. We’ll strive to be critical but not mean. Because we have only about 600 words, […]

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