This note is a mutual read, critique and ‘back each other’s book’ request.
To decide if my manuscript meets your high standards for placement on your bookshelf, please examine a short exert:
If high adventure on the open sea peaks your interest, then peruse chapter 21 to experience a storm at sea in the climatic part of this young adult adventure story.
For a short humorous read, you might try chapter 20, pages 10 -15 or perhaps chapter 9, pages 6 – 8 will tickle your funny bone.
If you are in the mood for drama, then listen in as the old grizzled adult gives sage advice to a troubled teenager in chapter 18, pages 8 – 12.
Determine if my style of editorial critique meets your expectations by examining my critiques done for these manuscripts:
“Arrival of the Ageless” by Michael Mautla
“The North Korean” by Kenneth E. Lim
“Blood on the Banana Leaf” by Charlotte Stirling
Please contact me if you agree to mutual honest critiques of three chapters and placing our manuscripts on each others watch list and bookshelf for at least a week.
My manuscript is “Uncharted Waters”. You are welcome to read any chapters that you choose, but if possible please review chapters one, eight and eleven. Let me know which three chapters of "Savannah Oak" you would like for me to review.
A manuscript only gets one shot at the Editor’s Desk.
Let us help each other make it a winning shot!
J. J. Lawrence