Thursday, May 3, 2012
Beta Readers Wanted
I wanted to ask all of you a question...
Are any of you interested in being a Beta Reader for some of the stories contained in So, Whatcha Think?
You probably already know this, but our book is a collection of stories that are intended to take the reader on an emotional journey. Each one is tailored to present a life lesson in one way or another. Some are intended to be controversial and some are intended to teach that life lesson by having the
reader walk the path with the character while they make terrible mistakes, misjudgments, and in the end, not succeed; leaving the reader saying...Oh Hell NO!!
A Beta Reader is someone who reads some of the stories prior to the book being published and comments. What we are looking for are honest comments. Tell us where there are inconsistencies, if the characters are not strong enough or are too strong, if there are holes in the story, etc., etc. We need the readers to be honest; brutally honest. Some people are uncomfortable with that because they fear how their comments will be received. I assure you, Paige and I are tough skinned and we can take it. We live by the motto...if you are mature enough to ask the question, you are mature enough for a truthful answer.
If you are interested in being a Beta Reader for So, Whatcha Think?, send an email to email@example.com with Beta Reader in the subject line.
All selected Beta Readers will receive credit in the book (if you want public credit) and after the book is published, you will receive a paperback copy of the book personally signed by Paige and I.
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