#WWoW! Cherish Your Beta Readers
I've also hired professionals to critique the opening chapters of a work in progress, or review a story premise for marketability. Some might say I'm nuts to pay for services I likely could get for free, but when you're really busy, and know you don't have time to reciprocate, you have to choose. Again, this sort of critique can tighten your manuscript in ways you didn't realize. These editors can uncover a writing issue you must master, or let you know you're on the right track. They're career investment, not business expenses.
TALK TO US: Do you use beta readers? Belong to critique groups? Some authors find this helpful; others find it a waste of time. Share your experience so we learn from each other.
Luis is the Daddy, a sought-after lover, with an ego to match the mammoth-sized Mardi Gras floats he designs. His lifestyle and reputation are wearing him out, but Luis can't find a satisfying way to break the cycle and be happy, too.
Drew's insecurities pushed him to have a foolish affair six years ago. It destroyed his relationship with Luis, and he's never been able to commit to anyone since. Now, he's taken control of his life and changed his submissive personality by becoming a model for Kevin Marks, and a wildlife enforcement agent in New Orleans.
These men haven't forgotten each other, or settled their differences. When they accidentally meet in a French Quarter gay bar, the years of regret, anger, and pent-up emotions erupt. Their passion is as hot as ever, their mistrust just as potent. When Drew's future is in Luis' hands, will he choose his lifestyle or love?
Featuring Kevin, Teak, and Drew from Hard as Teak.
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Margie lives in Minnesota, is married, and has two children. Some of her passions are music, flower gardening, biking, walking on moonlit nights, nature, and making people laugh. She also writes children's books under the pen name, Margaret Rose.
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