Back When I Was Younger, I Used To Write ...
... poems and shortstories and kept all my work in a journal . I didn't let anyone read what I wrote as a whole but would submit bits and pieces of my work to friends, colleagues,and even publishers to get feedback. That simple way of getting critique was enough for me to write more poems and stories. When I got older, I got a writingjob . I wrote articles for the website of a non-government organization. My articles would be about issues affecting the youth . I also got to write book, cd, movie, and concert reviews in the side when I got tired of writing 'serious' articles. Anyway, I got my feedback from my editor and also from the managers of the non-government organization as well as from the readers of the website. I got the ideas and inputs of how to be better at writing.
Recently, I started to get an idea for a story that I wanted to write. It is not the most original one but I think it has more than enough twists and turns to be an interesting read. I haven't started writing anything yet but I have bits and pieces of the plot and of the different aspects of the story like settings and characters. I would like to submit what I have thought off to publishers to get feedback, my question is how do I go about this one? Or should I even submit partial work?
Perhaps other PPers out there who have published their works can help out?
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