Some great questions, if you use beta readers.
Questions for Beta Readers
What is a Beta Reader? The short answer is someone who evaluates your story. Long answer; they give you feedback on your story. They are like beta testers for software, looking for bugs and problems. A good beta reader points out holes in your plot, point of view problems, and chronology problems. They point out confusing areas and let you know if you’re describing things too much. They let you know when something just doesn’t make sense in the story. When they finish reading your book, the good ones include their comments either in the document or in a separate document. My beta reader made her notes at the end of each chapter.
Did the story keep your interest from the start? If it didn’t, why?
Were you able to determine who the main character is and where and when it takes place? If not, what needs…
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