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The Page 99 Test is simple: After reading page 99, would you want to turn the page?

For decades, readers have used the Page 99 Test to judge the writing of a book before buying it. That’s the idea here… but with a twist.

Here, published and unpublished writers share their page 99s with readers like you. And you get to rate their writing (without knowing if it’s published or who the author is). It’s fast. Fun. Addictive.

 

    • Why Page 99, Not Page 1?

      Because it’s arbitrary. It’s rarely as worked on as the elements we usually judge a book by. Like the synopsis, the first few pages, or (you know it’s true) the cover.

    • Why Not More Than 1 Page?

      Because it’s supposed to be a snapshot. A snippet. You’ve got 1 page to capture a reader. Failed miserably? We all have! Revise your manuscript and try again.

    • Some Uploads Aren’t Page 99

      It’s up to the writer to play by ‘the rules’. To get the most useful reader feedback, writers should upload page 99 (rather than an overworked page).

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Welcome, Novel-Writing Clubs & Classes

Page 99 Test is like the world’s biggest writing club. Have a club or class you meet with regularly? Share your writing here… and tell your club/class how you fared.

  • » Challenge club members or classmates to submit page 99s
  • » Improve your writing based on international reader feedback
  • » Published or not, it all comes down to the pull of page 99
  • » Apply to have us sponsor your Meetup group

Welcome, Novel-Writing Clubs & Classes

Page 99 Test is like the world’s biggest writing club. Have a club or class you meet with regularly? Share your writing here… and tell your club/class how you fared.
» Challenge club members or classmates to submit page 99s
» Improve your writing based on international reader feedback
» Published or not, it all comes down to the pull of page 99
» Apply to have us sponsor your Meetup group
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weightlifting books

What ought to a devoted would-be weight lifter wear for day by day foot support? Today there are alluring athletic shoes in all shapes widths, and hues. The costly developed sole sorts are not always the best. The kind with the springs in the heel seem as though they would feel incredible on the off chance that you are strolling on concrete throughout the day, or on the hard stone lobbies of a secondary school. In any case, they may not be the best to develop feet and legs. I have seen that even extremely youthful artists think like vocation manufacturers and will pay consideration on expert issues such as every day footwear.

John smith says in his article from weightlifting shoes Fall 2000 Vol. 68 No. 6

“In pointe shoes the disgusting, valuable foot is no more. In its place is the hallucination of an extended leg and just a most shaky association with the ground.”

So how would we deal with our “foul, valuable foot”? When I was an expressive lifting understudy at The National powerlifting School of Canada, we wore “disgusting and helpful” shoes, by uniform order – oxfords. In spite of the fact that I need to concede, when I tied mine on after an artful class, my feet, lower legs and calves truly were upheld and loose. Those shoes were as critical as our move wear.