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Helpful links about forming critique groups:
Critique Groups (Part 2) by the GROG
Are You Critique Group Savvy?
Writing Groups 101: Which Kind is Right for You?
What Makes a Critique Partner?
The Difference between Critique Partners and Beta Readers (and Why You Need Both)
3 Signs You Might be Ignoring Writing Advice That Can Help You
Finding and Building Your Writing Community
Developing a Writing Practice, part 2: Community
How to Critique: Best Practices for Workshopping
The Two Basic Rules of Editing (and the Rookie Mistake)
The ABCs and 123s of Critique Groups
Posting Reviews When You're a Writer
The Critique Conundrum
Navigating the Forest of Forest of Feedback: 8 Ways to Recognize Helpful Criticism (and how to Ignore the Rest)
Critique Cheat Sheet
Places to Look for Critique Partners
Inked Voices, a paid service that connects people to online critique groups. Also includes workshops with agents.
Sub it Club Critique Partner Matchup - a Facebook group to help find critique partners
The Writer's Match - a place for writers to connect
Finding Critique Partners
Are You Looking for a Critique Group or Partner?
For professional critiques from people we recommend, check out our page, Freelance Authors/Editors & Critiques
Rate Your Story - a free and paid service that will review your picture book manuscript at rate it on a scale of 1-10. Staffed by published and experienced authors.
Marcie Colleen's Study Hall (month-long online critique group under guidance of professional, multi-published author)