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Ask Specific Questions

Ask Specific Questions

Pacing: Do any areas drag or feel rushed?

Transitions: Does each scene flow naturally to the next?

Level of information: Are you over or under-informing the reader?

World-Building: Are the setting and characters well imagined and clear?

Characters: Are they realistic and believable?

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Overview
  1. Check the Basics
  2. Improve Your Readability
  3. Get the Structure of Your Scenes and Chapters Right
  4. Choose the Best Document Format
  5. Decide How You Will Thank Them
  6. Plan Your Deadlines
  7. Ask Specific Questions
  8. Find the Best Beta Readers for You

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  • Think of beta readers as the test audience for your book.
  • It’s not a beta reader’s job to provide grammar and style edits, or help you restructure a tricky plot arc.
  • A good beta reader will offer overall impressions, emotional reactions, and other feedback that will help you understand how a casual reader might react to your work.

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Fanfiction teaches you...
  1. Write Because You Love It
  2. Break Rules and Try New Things
  3. Write Without Caring About Your Target Audience
  4. Celebrate Diversity
  5. Be Supportive of Other Writers
  6. Offer Reviews Freely
  7. Read Voraciously
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With content writing, you want to find creative ways to inform and entertain your audience. But you also want to ensure your post is SEO-friendly, that readers will engage with it and that your content drives conversions. Because the fact is: brands that develop well-planned and researched content generate real results.

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