If you’re a writer, chances are you’re familiar with the term ‘beta reader’. But just because you’ve heard it before, doesn’t mean you know exactly what a beta reader is, or when/why you might need one. So, let’s start at the beginning.
In a previous post, I offered my explanation of what a beta reader is, and why you need one. Now, it's time to take it a step further: you know what a beta reader is (and want one), but how do you actually find one?
Welcome to another new feature on the blog: "In a Flash". These blog posts will feature an image, and a flash fiction written in response to that image. Today's piece is called "Curtain Call".
You'll notice over the next few weeks a roll-out of some new "segments" on the blog. As I mentioned in my recent "Diary of a Writer" post, I plan to blog more regularly and in a more focused way. That being said, I thought it'd be a cool idea to create topics and formats from which to blog from.
As you may have noticed, I recently changed the title of the blog. It was once titled "Almost 30", an ode to an approaching milestone age and its accompanying changes. But now that I am wayyyyy past 30 🙂 I figured it was time for a change.