Manuscript Feedback Request

Working for the Mud Season Review has taught me a lot. One of the most important things being that it is crucial you have a fresh pair of eyes 👀 to read your work before you submit…

By offering manuscript feedback, I will help you to achieve your writing goals!

It’s an inert characteristic of a teacher to be able to pass down knowledge and skills.

I have been training for this my whole adult life! 😁

At times you’ll find that you’ve reread your manuscript so many times you can’t tell why it doesn’t feel complete.

Let me help you! Your reading and rereading frustration will be a thing of the past, my friend.

Please know that I am a writer, too, and I am especially mindful of the amount of time and effort you’ve put into this work.

I will read through your piece, and make line by line comments in the document margins via the track changes and review format on Microsoft Word.

Please let me know if you are looking for something specific in your feedback.

This will include a 3-500 word summary including overall feedback on the structure, character development and plot if required, and inline comments throughout the piece.

If it’s a longer piece, let me know and I’ll work out a fabulous deal just for you!

Don’t miss out! Click here now to get in touch and get rid of your doubts!

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“Sidra’s feedback is thorough, detailed and respectful. We are so grateful to have her on the Mud Season team providing expert suggestions and advice to our authors so that they can improve their work.

— Erin Post, Managing Editor of Mud Season Review

“I love the changes you’ve made to my short story!! Thank you”

— Nabeela Ahmed @n_ehmed on Twitter.
Writer and poet.

I found Sidra’s feedback on my short story immensely useful. She pointed out some structural flaws, which helped me transform my story into something altogether better. Her advice was kind, encouraging, and honest. I recommend her professional services and I’m sure she’ll help any writer improve their work.

Sukh Brar @cagepatterns on Twitter.
Fiction writer.

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