I Would Love To Meet Your Manuscript - Beta Reader/editor/writing Coach - Fiction

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  1. Cris L. P. Olsen

    Cris L. P. Olsen New Member

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    #1 Cris L. P. Olsen, May 3, 2017
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    Hello,

    My name is Cris and I would LOVE to meet your Christian manuscript! As a fellow Christian author, I know how important it is to get many opinions and experience many different editing styles when crafting your "baby." Send me the first 5,000 words of your first chapter and I will beta read, edit, critique and provide writing coaching for FREE.

    Of course, you will want to do your homework first. Contact me and I can direct you to my GoodReads page and my website where you can read reviews of my work from writers I've worked with all over the world.

    After I edit your sample, if you like my editing style and feel we're a good fit, we can talk about services to edit and critique your entire manuscript. Although romance is my specialty, I do provide services for other fictional genres as well. Please contact me if you're interested! I can't wait to meet you! Blessings! –Cris
     
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  2. Kristin Y.

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    Hi Cris,

    I saw that you were willing to beta-read. I wanted to know if you would read for me? I've started a Y.A. Christian romance. It's very, very short (5,000 words). I have the basic outline and some chapters written. What I want is an opinion on the plot. It's kind of different with lots of twists and turns. If you interested please let me know at kristinyodock@gmail.com


    God Bless,

    Kristin
     
  3. Liv Joslin

    Liv Joslin New Member

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    Hi Chris,
    I'm presently in rewrites for my sweet romance debut novel. Would you consider beta reading in that subgenre? It's more in the lines of Debbie Macomber, not overtly Christian but without profanity and sex. I'm also a beta reader!
     
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  4. Liv Joslin

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    Sorry Cris I misspelled your name.