Beta Reading Process Part 3: The Data

All right. You’ve wrapped up the beta reading process, and depending on the number of beta readers you had, you might have a lot of data to pore over. It can overwhelming, particularly if there is a lot of constructive comments. Heck, it might also have you seeing red because your manuscript is your special baby. That is why you, dear writer, need to take a deep breath and step back. Sure, browse the comments, read all of them from each beta reader, but don’t act on them, at least not yet.

Beta Reading Process Part 2: Writers vs. Readers

Diving further into the beta reading process, this time around we’re going to explore the readers themselves. Who makes the better beta reader, fellow writers or straight-up readers?¬†Well, I’m afraid there will be no concrete answer to this question; however, I will share my own observations, because these two groups did bring different input toContinue reading “Beta Reading Process Part 2: Writers vs. Readers”

Beta Readers, A Method

Currently, I’m wrapping up additional revisions to my sci-fi novel,¬†Heritage Lost. This has been a long ongoing project that undoubtedly, if you routinely follow my blog, you’ve read about and might be wondering “How long is she going to ticker with it?” Well, after continuing to hit a brick wall in querying process, I dialedContinue reading “Beta Readers, A Method”