Hey, I'll do it for you if you want.
You may find that I update pretty slowly though as, I've got exams
and coursework deadlines comming thick and fast, but I'm a sucker for
McShep whumping, and it gives my brain something else to focus on,
rather than just A Levels.
Also a Brit, so I won't yell at you for using the Queen's English.
Unfortunately, my medical knowledge is restricted to what's in my
Mum's old nursing textbooks, and what I remember from when I helped
her to study for her GNVQ 3, so apologies if I seem a bit clueless
when it comes to medical jargon!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Laura" <laura_hackett@...> wrote:
> This is my first time posting here, so apologies if I miss any
> information out :).
> I'm in need of someone to beta my John/Rodney story. Word count
> wise, it's currently at 16,000 and change with no idea how much
> longer it might get. It's going to be NC-17 though, and there's
> still some angst to go before I get to that, so that's some
> indication that it's going to get longer. Also, my last fic got to
> a little over 56,000. I feel it's only fair to warn people *g*.
> As for other details, it starts with John whumping and adds
> emotional John and Rodney whumping a little later on, 'cause I'm
> mean :).
> What I'd like from a beta...well, I'm pretty sure the spelling and
> grammar is okay- I've used spellcheck and I'm pretty good at
> catching mistakes myself, but no one can ever get them all, so I'd
> like someone who can give that a check over. I'll warn you that
> English, so anyone who uses the American spellings will need to be
> forgiving of my sticking 'u's in, or using 's' instead of 'z'
> and 're' instead of 'er' etc.
> I'm also open to any general comments on the characterisation, plot
> or structure. This is only my third fic, so constructive, but
> gentle, criticism is all to the good.
> Plus, what with John ending up in the infirmary (again) and me not
> having any medical knowledge, it's entirely possible that my fixing
> of him is quite fanciful. Anyone wanting to run over this, or the
> relevant section at least, with their medical hat on is more than
> So, there you have it. Feel free to email me if you need anymore
> details. And thanks for taking the time to read this post.