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Beta Readers?

 

 

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If you would like to be part of a Book In Progress, I’m looking for you. I need a few new Beta readers for Hunter, the sequel to Swamp Ghosts. I’ve already written the draft for the first 6 chapters, and will be getting back to the story before long. I like having Beta readers as I go, giving me feedback on the draft, and keeping me on track. Of course, when the project is finished and edited, my Betas all receive either a free download for Kindle, or a signed copy of the print book, their choice. If you think you’d be interested, contact me via the link in the menu above, and I’ll give you more specific information.

Be the first to know what happens next in the sleepy little town of Riverbend, Florida, where not all is as tranquil as it seems on the surface. Contact me today, and I’ll even throw in a free download of Swamp Ghosts, Book 1 of the series, in case you haven’t read it yet. Hope to hear from some of you soon! Thanks!

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Beta Readers Still Needed!

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Irish Wolfhound, Just Like the One Owned by MacKenzie Cole
in Wake-Robin Ridge

If any of you would enjoy reading along with me as I write my sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge, please contact me via my email: mmeara@cfl.rr.com  This is the story of a little boy raised in the North Carolina wilderness by his grandparents. Right before his gran dies, she charges him with leaving the mountains and finding The Good People, so he sets off on a wilderness trek no ordinary ten-year old would likely survive. Ending up on top of Wake-Robin Ridge, he must decide if Sarah & Mac are the Good People he was told to seek out. If this sounds interesting to you, and you think you would enjoy being a Beta reader at the draft stage of the novel…with a chance to have some input on various topics…I want to hear from you. Thanks for your consideration.

Beta Readers

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Still looking for one or two more Beta Readers to read along with the draft of my sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge. If you are interested, please email me. (Contact info at top of page). I’m also working on the sequel to Swamp Ghosts, and will be sharing bits and pieces of that one, as well. Hope to hear from a couple of you!

Beta Readers Needed

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This Could Be You
(If I wrote a book about orange octopi, that is.)

Still looking for a couple more Beta readers, as I get ready to start on the sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge.  If you think you’d enjoy being part of a book in the making, and even being able to add comments and suggestions that might make it into the published book, please email me. (Twitter folks can DM me, and Facebook friends can post or Message me, as well.) My email is listed in the Contact part of the menu. I promise to write you back with full details, so you can see if this is something you’d enjoy. (Maedez, I wrote you back pretty quickly, but my email was so messed up, I’m not sure if it got to you or not. I’m hoping you’ll decide to join us.)

I’m eager to hear from some of you who would enjoy doing this. Thanks for giving it your consideration.

Call For Beta Readers

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Going back to the mountains again, as I start working on the sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge, and I’m looking for beta readers once more. I would like to have a few more this time around, so if you are interested in doing something like this, please email me. Contact info at the top of this page. I do this a little bit differently from many authors, so I would need to explain how it all works.

If you’d like to be in on the process of taking an idea and turning it into a finished publication, I’d love to hear from you. I think most of my Beta readers have enjoyed the journey, and the knowledge that their comments and support have helped shape the finished project. Would LOVE to talk to you about how it works. Email me for all the data.

And for those who’ve read Wake-Robin Ridge, this is your chance to find out what’s going on with Sarah & Mac before anyone else. 😀 Hint…odd things are happening in Darcy’s Corner, North Carolina. I’ll be waiting to hear from you.

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