One of the purposes of FaithWriters is to offer members a chance to showcase their work. And one of the most fun aspects of posting your work is to receive feedback from other members. There’s nothing quite like seeing that email come through saying a comment has been left on your article.

But maybe you’ve posted your article, story, poem, or essay and several days have gone by with no comments. Maybe you’re getting discouraged because you really want to learn what areas you need to focus on in order to make your work the best it can be. Well, there are many members who would love to help. And there is an easy way for you to request feedback.

On the message boards you’ll find a forum set aside for just this purpose. After registering on the boards (go here), visit the Articles/Critiques Forum, where you can post a link directly to your article. This way, members can click on the link and offer their feedback on your work.

As mentioned, one of the purposes of FaithWriters is to allow you to showcase your writing. But the main purpose is to help you grow as a writer. To become as excellent as possible in the talent God has placed inside of you. And, of course, to glorify Him in the process.

And getting constructive feedback on your work is one way to make that happen. http://www.faithwriters.com/Boards/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=21

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