119: The New Writer’s Guide to Working With Beta Readers

Nothing improves the quality of your writing like a little objective feedback.

A few well-honed self-editing skills can go a long way, but at the end of the day, you’re simply too close to your work to truly revise and refine it to be the best that it can be. This is where beta readers come in handy.

In this new two-part blog & podcast series, I'll break down everything you need to know about working with beta readers: what they are, the value they can bring to your work, where to find them, and how to set yourself up for the very best beta reader experience.

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