The Beta Blog
This week, we're checking in with Bill Kandiliotis, whose writing journey began almost two decades ago, going from producing short films to learning to write screenplays, to writing novels. He is mainly into science fiction, but is branching out into other genres. How...
For this episode of our author interview series, we poked freelance writer Shannon Evans to get to know her a little better. She is currently testing her story Let the Light In on BetaReader.io, so make sure to sign up to read it before she publishes!
Neil David Chan is a Canadian trainer, business coach and consultant in the financial industry. He is an avid reader who prefers fiction and history. A HIGHER CONVERSATION is his first quest into writing a non-fiction book. We reached out to hear how it’s going.
I get many questions from aspiring authors about what to do once they’re through that first, long stretch of word crunching and hold the first complete version of their manuscript in their hands. This post covers my usual recommendation.
Heléne Östberg is a a 42 year-old marketing director and writer in Southern Sweden. At day, she promotes the Swedish region of Skåne as a travel destination, and at night, she writes about the world of Velox in a sci-fi / fantasy series for 10-13 year-olds, which started as a bedtime story.
We are always curious about how our users use BetaReader.io. This time, we talked to indie author Leticia Toraci, who writes short stories from her home in an idyllic small town in Bavaria, Germany. Tell us a little about yourself. What do you typically write? I...