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Msg# 6640

more about author reviews Posted by sulriel January 06, 2006 - 7:25:50 Topic ID# 6640
>>>Some of what was suggested, gripping opening line, satisfying
ending, would necessarily be associated with a particular story -
probably ... but I still think belongs as the author cate because
it's more about the writing than the individual story. As has been
pointed out, characterization, plotting, etc crosses all forms which
is why I see these as their own main cates.


I wanted to add, - I like these cates because while the form cates
should reward authors who have overall complete skillsets or strong
combinations. - these very awards (in my mind) would focus on very
specific strengths in the authors. I know these are the things that
should be commented on in the current author review system, - great OC
characterization or whatever, but I think it would help the reviewers
focus and would be fun and rewarding category titles.

Sulriel.