Dark Star will soon be at the point where I need new eyes to look it over. Looking for a few good beta readers. This doesn’t mean you have to edit the book, but you do need to be able to provide good feedback. Let me know what works and doesn’t work for you and in a timely fashion. So, if you’d like to be one of the first to get a gander at the manuscript, post in this thread. Looking forward to hearing from you.
8 thoughts on “Who Wants to Be a Beta Reader”
I’d be interested. I’m an avid reader and have read a few of your books (most recently Buttercream). Let me know what you need me to do or if you need any other information.
Me! Me! What sort of turnaround time do you need from a beta reader?
Me! I want to help! I loved Rock Star.
I would love to be a beta reader for you. I actually in the middle of reading rock star…. I have not read all your books, but that will not hinder me from giving an honest critique on what works and what doesn’t work. I’m a voracious reader, I can devour about 5-7 books in a week, if given the opportunity. It will be a pleasure to help you. Take care
*waving hand* I would love to do this.
I would love to be a beta reader. I have read Rock Star and Rock Star Wedding and the interview with Storm Crow. I would have no problem reading the book and giving you an honest critique. I have judged for the Romance Slam Jam for the last three years. Congrats on getting to this point.
I would be honored to be a beta reader.
I would love to be a beta reader. I have a Master of Fine Arts in Fiction from Emerson College and oversee pre-college program specifically the Creative Writers Workshop. I also read manuscripts from fellow writers I knew in grad school. They have won Kennedy Center awards, ABC Family screenwriting awards and have been published in several literary magazines.
Also, my latest piece of flash fiction was published in the spring issue of Sleet Magazine.