Members: We want to know your thoughts on Jericho Writers

Our mission at Jericho Writers is simple: to give writers the courses, tools and opportunities they need to improve their craft and get published.

So now – we want to hear from our members. How is Jericho Writers working for you?

We want your reviews

If you have a blog or a website, we’d like to invite you to post an honest review of Jericho Writers. What parts you find useful; what parts you are looking forward to exploring more and even what you would like to see more of.

As a thank you, all members who post a review before the end of the year will be rewarded with one-to-one feedback on their work from our professional in-house team: from either Harry Bingham, or Sarah Juckes.

How to submit your review

  1. Write your review and post it on your blog or website before 30th November 2018 (Please note: this doesn’t include social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook, although we’re always happy to see those, too!)
  2. Send the link to your live blog to info@jerichowriters.com, along with:
    1. An overview of the biggest thing holding you back in your writing career right now.
    2. An excerpt of work that you want feedback on, either an agent covering letter, a synopsis, the first five pages of your book or your book blurb.
  3. Either Sarah Juckes or Harry Bingham will get back to you with feedback on your work and assistance on getting over that hurdle. If you have any questions for them after that, you can email them directly. We aim to respond to emails in under 5 working days, but please be aware that this may be longer for feedback.

Why do we want your reviews?

We want to ensure that Jericho Writers is working for our members and your honest review will help us measure that.

We also want to help get the word out to more writers. In our view, the more diversity we can bring to the club, the richer the experience for everyone.

Thank you in advance for your reviews. We can’t wait to read them!

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