Hello, here is my full review.
First impressions are good. Due to that old paper handwriting in the background of the site and the header title it looks somewhat artsy which always gives an impression of elegance and intellectualism not to mention it fits perfectly the purpose of the site.
Everything flows nicely. I like the "Follow me on twitter" and "Need a writer?" buttons. They're inviting and well positioned as are the rest of the blocks.
There is however a missing image in the homepage teaser of the "How to Build an Amazing Freelance Writing Portfolio" article. The same teaser is also missing the date of publishing. Aside from that the only suggestions I can think of on top of such a well designed site are nit picks.
The lists in the sidebar might look slightly better if they had somewhat smaller indentation. Just moving them perhaps a dozen or so pixels back to the left would do it. This also has the advantage in that there's less chance of any link text jumping to next line in case a longer anchor text is used for something in the future.
Another nit is the bottom margin of the "How to Become a Freelance Writer" block which seems too small (actually non-existent looking at CSS) making the "Read more" link a little too close to the next block's title.
Finally names of input boxes for name, mail and website in the comment form could also use left margin. Right now they lean to the input fields.
Regardless of these minor issues the site feels quite smooth, professional and pleasant and I think it still deserves a top rate.
Design Rating: 10/10
There's hardly much to say here since the very name of the site, WriterSeven.com, implies it's about writing. The titles on the homepage and the about page available right from the top menu leave little room for ambiguity making it clear what it is about and what it's not about as well as information about the author.
Focus Rating: 10/10
So far the blog is updated around 2 or 3 times a week which is a pretty good rate. I've read the first two articles and they were brilliant. The content is natural, easy to read and engaging. Well.. what do I expect? The whole point is to promote good writing and help people write better and Corey Freeman does an excellent job at representing herself as a worthy source of advice. Excellent.
Content Rating: 10/10
WriterSeven.com is a blog everyone who is into writing on the web should consider reading (including myself ). Everything from presentation (aside from few minor nitpicks) to focus and content is well done. Congratulations and good luck!
Overall Rating: 10/10