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Dranzer says...



Tgis seems like a good way to write reviews.




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Dossereana says...



Thanks @Nate for this. :D
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alliyah says...



I would like to submit a desert choice to add to this information on The YWS Critique Sandwich. I present... The YWS'more. The Sandwich will always be a great tool for the ages, but sometimes it's fun to mix it up a bit!

First, the Graham Cracker -> The firm place to hold - steady your review by starting with an interpretation and with your overall impressions.

Second, we have the Toasted, but Slightly Burned Marshmallow -> Find the Crispy Edges! Share some specific criticism or where there is room for improvement. (ie. don't scorch this side quite so much next time!)

Next we have the delicious, cheery, joyful section - many people's favorite - The Melty Hershey's Chocolate Bar -> Find the Sweet Parts! Compliments and praise! Share what you loved about the work, and what made it shine! Remember just like a good s'more is going to have a healthy dose of marshmallow and chocolate a good review is just not complete without these.

And lastly, Graham Cracker -> Close up those loose ends! This is where the s'more ends - final questions of clarification, thoughts you wanted to get in, maybe a cute sign-off and signature Review Banner. This definitely shouldn't be the bulk of the review since the Graham Crackers aren't really the highlight of the s'more but they do hold all the goodness together!

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Here's a Review Template if you need some help getting started! (Replace the text in the parenthesis with your own words)

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Hi there! I'm reviewing using the [url=https://www.youngwriterssociety.com/viewtopic.php?f=153&t=57651&start=15#p1460770]YWS S'more Method[/url] today!

(GREETING & INTRODUCTION)

[b]Top Graham Cracker[/b] - What I Know
(CONTENT - my impressions / interpretation)

[b]Slightly Burnt Marshmallow[/b] - Room for Improvements
(CONTENT - include specific suggestions)

[b]Chocolate Bar[/b] - Highlights of the Piece
(CONTENT - include specific praises)

[b]Closing Graham Cracker[/b] - Closing Thoughts
(CONTENT & SIGN-OFF)


Spoiler! :

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you should know i am a time traveler &
there is no season as achingly temporary as now
but i have promised to return







Daddy Long Legs are more closely related to crabs than spiders and somehow the idea of crablike creatures with spider legs that have escaped the entrappings of the primordial sea and now crawl over land and can walk up and down walls and ceilings creeps me more than I can adequately describe.
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