Assessment for Twins at War Arrived

So last night I received the assessment for my fiction-fantasy book “Twins at War”.

Osborne Porter Literary Services have offered a wonderful and comprehensive assessment, and in my opinion they’ve done a great job in finding weaknesses and strengths in the work. So I’m happy about that side of things.

I’m a little discouraged that I didn’t do better, though. At best, I think I scored an overall ‘average’ (putting all the scores into account) and the book is not ready to be submitted to a publisher yet. I’ve got to work on my wordiness, most of all apparently, which I’m disappointed to hear. I didn’t think it would be perfect, but was hoping I would do better.

So it’s back to fixing the book again, and I admit I’m a little tired of the work so I may put it on the shelf for a while and come back to it. For the approximately two of you out there who were looking forward to reading it in a finished form, I’m sorry :) Looks like we’re still a LONG way away.

About Ryan Peter

Ryan Peter is a writer, journalist and ghostwriter from Johannesburg, South Africa. He writes fantasy, sci-fi, inspirational fiction, and on faith. Ryan is also part of the New Covenant Ministries International (NCMI) translocal team.

5 replies
  1. Nolan Beudeker
    Nolan Beudeker says:

    Hey again!

    I too have been criticised for wordiness. Two resources I have found very useful are Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style, and Bryson’s Dictionary for Writers and Editors.

    Don’t give up!


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