So what makes a story, a story? What is the difference between a classical character type and a clichè? What is considered "realistic" in a fantasy or scifi world?
Do you grammar? Spell?
Do you make every character a Mary Sue or do you take the dedicated time to make sure they have faults and weaknesses? Do you take time to research the thingers you use in your story?
Do you make all your male leads Grim McBroodington?
I'm offering you my services as an experienced writer to examine your writing pieces and give an honest opinion about the matter. I'll tell you what I think is lacking or what I think is impressive, and I'll advise you on what you should improve or focus on
Training & Qualifications
I've been writing for about five years now. Within that time I've constantly been improving my skills as a writer. I actually write pieces rather often due me being a roleplayer. That coupled with my fondness for details leads to work that leaves me popular among my writing partners
Availability & Preferences
I am available on weekends for a certainty, with weekdays depending what life decides to chuck at me