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Try the Writing Magazine Critique Service for professional feedback to give your manuscript its best chance of success, advises author and consultant Marie O’Regan

The Writing Magazine manuscript critique service is an important tool in any writer’s repertoire. An impartial, trained eye sees much that the author of a piece has got too close to, and misses when writing, giving the writer a chance to show their manuscript in its best light when submitting to a publisher or agent. An objective but experienced view can highlight areas that need clarifying, advise on tone and structure and generally help show your story in its best light. The following example of a section from an imagined submission to the service will show you what I mean.

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