On Authonomy the people there hardly ever look at your work. Their entire critique will be on the first paragrapgh and will most likely be a repeat of what eveyone else is saying. And the only way to make it to the top 5 is to be online 24/7 begging people to pick Your work. Also I've heard various complaints from other people i've known to be on there.
The page to dame on weebook doesn't really help either--it's an extremely long process although if you'd like to give it a try I say go for it. If your looking for feedback there are a handful of very good feebackers there but not a lot.
There's also wattpad--but that's worse than the two aformentioned. I know a couple of people who were successful in the inkpop--another division of authonomy. The feedabckers there are pretty good. The top 5 get a review from the HarperCollin editorial board. It's a great accomplishment to mention when your querying.
Hope that helps :)
Hannah Goodman said:
Can you tell me more about your experience?
Ezmirelda Demetri said:
Bad idea. Ice been on both sites and I wouldn't reccomend either-especially authonomy.
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