Interested in helping others? Interesting in being helped? This is the place for you!
This group is a center for aspiring fanfiction writers and aspiring fanfiction reviewers to help each other in making MLP fanfiction better, and in turn, bettering their own skills.
Well, within the group they tend to mean this:
Looks through the story with the main goal to tackle grammar and spelling errors. They don't heavily change things, rather, just take a look at errors. Kind of the "middle-man" between editors and pre-readers, as proof-readers should also provide an opinion on the piece.
Focuses more heavily on errors, and less on opinions. Editors should be well acquainted with the English language and its in's and out's.
Focuses on giving a well thought opinion on the piece, and hardly detects errors. The pre-reader should definitely give a lot of feedback on what they thought of the piece, using both good and bad (if applicable) examples.
You can be a editor and do opinions, and be a pre-reader and look through errors, but please make sure to do your job first. We are always fine with going above and beyond the minimum!
First, join the group. Then make sure you read the general rules of posting (located at the bottom of this page!). After that, mosey on over to a reviewer's page (make sure they are the type of reviewer you want) and post your story using the posting guidelines on every reviewer's page. Make sure to read what they specifically do as a reviewer, and what they do and don't want in a story. It's better to post your story to someone who is more interested in your type of story than to someone who isn't, as reviewers might not want to review your work.
First, join the group. Then make sure you read the general rules of posting (located at the bottom of this page!). After that, mosey on over to the applications thread. From there, post your information (what specific information you need is located in the OP of the thread) and wait until an admin approves you. Further instructions are in the thread.
Aww, no need to fret! First, make sure you replied to them in their thread. Mistakes do happen. Then, wait a couple days. If they haven't replied after a few days, contact one of the admins and we'll take care of it. :)
-Don't be a jerk. Obviously. We will ban you.
-(Almost) every ban has one warning first.
-Report admin abuse to Master Lyra
-Report rule breaking (not just these rules; rules in thread also apply) to an admin (please don't be spamming the mods though)
-Don't be afraid to contact an admin (or Master Lyra) if there is a problem. We won't bite. Alternatively, don't bug the admins continuously.
-Before contacting an admin, make sure you read the reviewer's (or any other thread's) information thoroughly.
-Please do actually review work that is in your reviewer's thread