You read that right. I need beta readers. But . . . it’s not for my book.
(Yes, I’m dropping in after months of silence on this blog AND I’m asking a favor. But I know you’re all devoted readers who will help me. No pressure.) 😂 😂
Okay, so my book doesn’t need beta readers quite yet (soon!) but my mom’s book does. She’s finished her novel and the next step is all of you lovely readers! ❤
I can’t link to her blog, because it’s under construction (i.e. not published yet), but I have the synopsis, some target audience details, an aesthetics collage, and the sign-up form! So, folks, sign up. ‘Cause I’ve read this book, it’s terrific, and we want to get it out to people.
For Megan, life is a jumble of unknown memories, lost faces, half-remembered names. Since suffering amnesia, she’s started to regain some of the years she lost, with the help of a kind doctor and a gentle housekeeper full of wisdom. But the more she remembers, the more frightened she becomes. Something happened to her. Someone is after her – she’s certain of it. How long can a peaceful country home protect her before she must leave and find out who she really is?
For Sam, his medical career took an unexpected turn when he invited Megan to stay at his lake house while she recovers. He wants to help her, but he’s torn. All Megan has to her name is an old letter and a furry dog . . . and disjointed memories that are leading her down a path of intrigue and danger. His responsibility to her may jeopardize everything he values.
Working together and apart, they begin to piece together the mystery. But there is more at stake than either of them could have imagined.
A SHAFT OF LIGHT
by Amy Gaudette
This is a mystery fiction geared towards adults, but it is totally appropriate/clean for young adults. The author is looking for feedback on structure, plot, and characters. (And if you see any typos, highlight them.) PLEASE be able to work through GOOGLE DOCS.
The book is around 50,000 words.
Sign up below to help finish this book! Thank you SO much!
What do you think? Does the book sound awesome or what??? (If you have any questions, let me know in the comments.)