68Re: [wraithbeta] Re: beta request
- Nov 28 1:43 PMMuch thanks. I'll send it through either tonight or tomorrow. No rush. :)micehell----- Original Message -----From: LindaSent: Monday, November 28, 2005 8:50 AMSubject: [wraithbeta] Re: beta requestHi micehell,
I'm willing to help if you still need someone :) Just mail it on
through and i'll oblige as quick as possible.
--- In email@example.com, "miceinhell" <micehell@e...> wrote:
> Author: micehell
> subject: mid-length gen story (I know, what's up with that) about
> John. Set in his childhood... which I seem to be fixated with.
> Certain amount of angst, but no warnings needed.
> What's needed: I don't really need someone for copy editing here
> (though, sure, I certainly don't mind when my typos are pointed
> What I'm after is someone to critique the story; tell me where the
> writing's weak, stilted, what have you. I'm also after someone who
> can tell me if the whole thing is too much like 8000 other stories
> there. If you choose to beta for me, you won't have to worry about
> being polite. It may be a bit of a smack to the ego when someone
> trashes my stuff, but that's momentary, and I'd much rather have
> than to put something out with problems that someone was too nice
> tell me about. ;)
> I should be finished with the first draft either later today, or
> tomorrow. I just wanted to line the beta up in advance, if I can.
> You can get hold of me by either replying directly (not to the
> because I might not see it) to this, or writing me at micehell at
> rodentinferno dot com.
> (if you would like to evaluate my writing before you agree, just
> in mind that though this story is completely gen, I'm normally a
> writer. But you can see my stories on the archive or at my site,
> http://rodentinferno.com )
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