So get prepared for your —
Yes, you read that right. Plural, you’ll need more than one.
Why? Because beta readers are different from editors or critique partners. They are readers. But they are an invaluabletool for a writer.
That’s why I’m passing on a great post by Jo Robinson as well as a couple of other great posts on the subject. Check out the links below.
Although, a beta reader canand should point out glaring typos and comma splices, that’s nottheir primary purpose.
No, the primary purpose of a beta reader is to give you a reader’s perspective of your book, what they might see and think.
With that in mind, I’d like to add my two cents.
Make sure you are clear on what you expect from the beta reader. Make a list of questions you’d like answered, but don’t…
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