I'm looking for a couple of people who are willing to become a part of a critique group.  I would like to keep it small and form a lasting camaraderie with a few authors interested in YA fiction.

Please leave your name if you are interested.  We can share email information from there.

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I don't know what you mean by "critique group". I do host guest reviews on my blog, some of them even became regular features.

http://www.ManOfLaBook.com

A critique group or partner reviews your manuscript and offers valuable feedback.

Try www.critiquecircle.com  It's free and you can post small portions of your MS at a time for review by many other authors.  (I think you can pay to post more often, but I never did).  As you start getting feedback, you can contact those who have helped you to see if they are interested in whole manuscript swapping.  

I did this with my first novel and was happy with the results.  I did about 5 chapters that we reviewed by the general forum and found 2-3 people to trade manuscripts with.

Good luck!

Thanks, Jennifer.  This is good advice. 

Good luck to you too.

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