There is something that has been on my mind a lot, and that is many writer's desire for critiques on their works. Often, in a social situation such as deviantART, this is a "critique-for-critique" trade process. However, it often seems that people will just throw out some short excuse for a critique and expect some deep insights in reply. Often, this is done without realization of what has happened, and I must admit I am no exception to this rule. The purpose of this essay is to allow readers to expand on their critiqueing ability and in turn inspire others to critique at a higher level.
To do this, I propose a series of questions that each reader should ask themselves when they finish a writer's work. They are quite simple to answer, and will give a writer insight on areas to clarify, what works and what doesn't, and what interests their readers. The questions are as follows:
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