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I Will Beta Read for You

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You will Beta Read for me

 

I write genre fiction. Science fiction, fantasy, regency romances.

My work can be found online at Amazon and other digital retailers as well as physically at your library to in stores.

I am an award winning author, my Beggars Can’t Be Choosier has won 2 awards. I am a literary competition judge, working for the MM Bennet’s annual competition.

My Strengths as a reader and Editor are in ensuring your story’s continuity, that you resonate in the era or genre you have chosen through scene, setting and dialogue. That your characters stay consistent and true to the presentation you have given. As a historian I am well versed in several factual era’s and often will catch anachronims.

As I read and critique your writing, I believe that we can Skype useful suggestions and exchange marked up documents between us. (The digital/internet age makes this task much easier than ever before.)

My novel that I am looking for Beta-Readers is:

A continuation of Pride and Prejudice with Ms Caroline Bingley and her fortune at stake:

Do we think that Mr Hurst married his Bingley Bride without incentive? It is highly probable that Caroline Bingley, even though she has a sharp, acerbic tongue, still is in possession of a fortune and an astute fortune hunter who deciphers this may soon be on the road to, if not a happy marriage, one with financial security.

One of my previous novels is a continuation of Pride and Prejudice from a different angle, Colonel Fitzwilliam’s Correspondence. It has enjoyed some success and this is an entirely different work, with the characters acting and living other than in Colonel Fitz.

I would encourage a perusal of my previous work by looking at samples of my writing online. In order to achieve a feel for the dialogue of 200 years ago, I make my prose slightly archaic.

Please respond or send an email if you are interested

info@regencyassemblypress.com

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I Will Beta Read for You

if

You will Beta Read for me

 

I write genre fiction. Science fiction, fantasy, regency romances.

My work can be found online at Amazon and other digital retailers as well as physically at your library to in stores.

I am an award winning author, my Beggars Can’t Be Choosier has won 2 awards. I am a literary competition judge, working for the MM Bennet’s annual competition.

My Strengths as a reader and Editor are in ensuring your story’s continuity, that you resonate in the era or genre you have chosen through scene, setting and dialogue. That your characters stay consistent and true to the presentation you have given. As a historian I am well versed in several factual era’s and often will catch anachronims.

As I read and critique your writing, I believe that we can Skype useful suggestions and exchange marked up documents between us. (The digital/internet age makes this task much easier than ever before.)

My novel that I am looking for Beta-Readers is:

A continuation of Pride and Prejudice with Ms Caroline Bingley and her fortune at stake:

Do we think that Mr Hurst married his Bingley Bride without incentive? It is highly probable that Caroline Bingley, even though she has a sharp, acerbic tongue, still is in possession of a fortune and an astute fortune hunter who deciphers this may soon be on the road to, if not a happy marriage, one with financial security.

One of my previous novels is a continuation of Pride and Prejudice from a different angle, Colonel Fitzwilliam’s Correspondence. It has enjoyed some success and this is an entirely different work, with the characters acting and living other than in Colonel Fitz.

I would encourage a perusal of my previous work by looking at samples of my writing online. In order to achieve a feel for the dialogue of 200 years ago, I make my prose slightly archaic.

Please respond or send an email if you are interested

info@regencyassemblypress.com

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I Will Beta Read for You

if

You will Beta Read for me

 

I write genre fiction. Science fiction, fantasy, regency romances.

My work can be found online at Amazon and other digital retailers as well as physically at your library to in stores.

I am an award winning author, my Beggars Can’t Be Choosier has won 2 awards. I am a literary competition judge, working for the MM Bennet’s annual competition.

My Strengths as a reader and Editor are in ensuring your story’s continuity, that you resonate in the era or genre you have chosen through scene, setting and dialogue. That your characters stay consistent and true to the presentation you have given. As a historian I am well versed in several factual era’s and often will catch anachronims.

As I read and critique your writing, I believe that we can Skype useful suggestions and exchange marked up documents between us. (The digital/internet age makes this task much easier than ever before.)

My novel that I am looking for Beta-Readers is:

A continuation of Pride and Prejudice with Ms Caroline Bingley and her fortune at stake:

Do we think that Mr Hurst married his Bingley Bride without incentive? It is highly probable that Caroline Bingley, even though she has a sharp, acerbic tongue, still is in possession of a fortune and an astute fortune hunter who deciphers this may soon be on the road to, if not a happy marriage, one with financial security.

I would encourage a perusal of my previous work by looking at samples of my writing online. In order to achieve a feel for the dialogue of 200 years ago, I make my prose slightly archaic.

Please respond or send an email if you are interested

info@regencyassemblypress.com

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Regency Assembly

Press

is looking for

Beta Readers

One novel is ready for Beta Reading

We have a continuation of Pride and Prejudice with Ms Caroline Bingley and her fortune at stake:

Do we think that Mr Hurst married his Bingley Bride without incentive? It is highly probable that Caroline Bingley, even though she has a sharp, acerbic tongue, still is in possession of a fortune and an astute fortune hunter who deciphers this may soon be on the road to, if not a happy marriage, one with financial security.

Please respond or send an email if you are interested

info@regencyassemblypress.com

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Regency Assembly

Press

is looking for

Beta Readers

One novel is ready for Beta Reading

We have a continuation of Pride and Prejudice with Ms Caroline Bingley and her fortune at stake:

Do we think that Mr Hurst married his Bingley Bride without incentive? It is highly probable that Caroline Bingley, even though she has a sharp, acerbic tongue, still is in possession of a fortune and an astute fortune hunter who deciphers this may soon be on the road to, if not a happy marriage, one with financial security.

Please respond or send an email if you are interested

info@regencyassemblypress.com

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Regency Assembly

Press

is looking for

Beta Readers

One novel is ready for Beta Reading

We have a continuation of Pride and Prejudice with Ms Caroline Bingley and her fortune at stake:

Do we think that Mr Hurst married his Bingley Bride without incentive? It is highly probable that Caroline Bingley, even though she has a sharp, acerbic tongue, still is in possession of a fortune and an astute fortune hunter who deciphers this may soon be on the road to, if not a happy marriage, one with financial security.

Please respond or send an email if you are interested

info@regencyassemblypress.com

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Regency Assembly

Press

is looking for

Beta Readers

One novel is ready for Beta Reading

We have a continuation of Pride and Prejudice with Ms Caroline Bingley and her fortune at stake:

Do we think that Mr Hurst married his Bingley Bride without incentive? It is highly probable that Caroline Bingley, even though she has a sharp, acerbic tongue, still is in possession of a fortune and an astute fortune hunter who deciphers this may soon be on the road to, if not a happy marriage, one with financial security.

Please respond or send an email if you are interested

info@regencyassemblypress.com

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