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Once again, he seeks beta readers.

It’s time for the next stage in preparing this manuscript for publication: beta readers! We already have one volunteer, someone who’s never read for us before, and that’s good, because this story is a bit different from everything else the … Continue reading

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Updates: the beginning of March, 2019

Heard from one of our remaining beta readers yesterday morning. It seems that he’s demanding art as a bribe, or else he won’t send his replies to our questions about the manuscript… *wicked laughter* Little does he know that I … Continue reading

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“…and name him George.”

Got a reply from another beta reader on Saturday. This person is not familiar with the previous books in the series (but said they now want to go back and read ’em), so their feedback lets us see where a … Continue reading

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Good news: first reply from a beta reader.

Got a reply from one of our beta readers this morning. (Yay!) Read it and found it “safe for Grendels,” as I told my brother when I talked to him a little while ago. I am… amused that the beta … Continue reading

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So… how are our beta readers doing? :-)

Reminder: If you volunteered to beta read The Sleeping and the Dead and answer some questions on what you think about it, it would be really cool if you could get your reply back to me by the end of … Continue reading

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Once upon a time, in the Land of Enchantment…

Y’know how some movie quotes are so… adaptable? Like, they can either be used as-is or, with only minor changes, be warped into whatever a situation calls for? The following is derived from a bit of dialogue in the movie … Continue reading

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beta reading = science experiment?

Human testing has commenced… 🙂 All beta readers have received copies of The Sleeping and the Dead. Hopefully, that means they’ve all started reading it. Now… we wait. There’s no hurry, though. If they get back to us before the … Continue reading

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