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Beta Readers read the first draft(s) of a book and make comments about the contents, the order of chapters, the readability, reader interest or lack of it, and grammar/punctuation. So far my Beta Readers have chosen which of those items they want to comment on – I don’t expect you to do all of the above. Just comment as things come to mind.

My Beta Readers are in a private Facebook group. We chat often when I’m beginning a book, then it tends to die down slowly until the group becomes silent…until the next book.

Being a Beta Reader gives you an edge because you get to see the content before anyone else. I do ask every BR to sign a non-disclosure, non-compete agreement.

If you’re interested in joining the group, please fill out the form below. (I also have a Street Team, which you can apply for here).