Beta Reading Services:
Setting the scene is important. Curious for a fresh impression of your story? The blurb and the beginning is meant to capture
the audience. How does yours measure up?
The setting of the story is where most readers decide to continue or not. First impressions count. Does yours have it takes to
keep a reader's attention?
Every writer is different, as is every reader, preferring different aspects of the story. Continue for a chapter by chapter insight if you've
enjoyed our commentary as a reader. Step by step.
Or not; just dive right in.
Sometimes the readers do not align with the overall vision you
have planned. It's expensive, so please inquire
only after a first impression.
Less than eighty thousand words.
What is a Beta Reader?
A beta reader is someone who places the story first. A reader who experiences the story above marketability. It doesn't matter if the writing is a draft or a complete manuscript, because if a story is there, a reader can easily enjoy it.
What do they do?
The beta reader is crucial in the editing process and is highly recommended by editors and agents alike. They offer advice and comments as unbiased input to your stories, particularly because they are not directly invested in the work.
Why does it matter?
The ultimate audience for a story is the reader and not a publishing house. Tailoring your story to a reader's taste will have great benefits for your overall storytelling.