Hmmm. Well, show me a table of contents.
On the airplane ride home, she blasted out the table of contents. "Obviously, I'd had this book simmering in my mind for a long time and didn't even know it."
2) As for critiquing, she said it's important to have R-E-S-P-E-C-T. When you give a critique to someone, respect that this person has slaved over every word, was bold enough to bare all, trusts you to care as much about the writing. When receiving a critique, respect that the person is doing his/her best to bring your work to a higher level. Their opinion might be different than yours, but might also hold great value, a new truth.
If you've ever thought of joining a critique group, but aren't sure how or why --or even if you've been in critique groups but aren't sure you're getting the most from them--this is a great book to have.