duskpeterson: (moon)
With the editing system I've had in place for the last few years, I've had good luck in catching language errors: typos, spelling/grammar mistakes, stylistic problems, etc. However, I continue to need help with story content issues, especially story continuity - that is, making sure that names/dates/facts/etc. don't suddenly warp into something different partway through a story or a series. (The classic example I mention in my website is me giving a character blue eyes in scene one and green eyes in scene two.) That sort of problem is darned hard for me to catch. I once had to pull a story from its submission rounds because I belatedly realized I'd put a character in it who had been dead for three centuries by the time the story began.

I realize that most of you haven't read all my stories within a single series (though if you have, bonus points), and some of you haven't read my stories at all. But even having someone catch the continuity errors within a single story would be valuable to me. If you could keep your eye out for any other content issues (such as insufficient character motivation), that would be helpful to me as well.

Here's the stories for which I'm in need of beta readers for content issues, by order of priority. If you're interested, please email me.

Boilerplate warning for all my stories. Do let me know of topics you wish to avoid.


Emancipation (Life Prison) )
Truth and Trust (The Eternal Dungeon: Sweet Blood #5) )
The Awakening (Dungeon Guards) )
Initiation (Life Prison: Hell's Messenger #3) )
Breached Boundaries (The Three Lands) )
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (apprentice)
If you're here because I'm no longer posting at LiveJournal, welcome! Make yourself at home.

(If you're a Dreamwidth person, you may have missed this fuss. So I'll repeat what I said there: If you haven't already done so, download stories you like at LiveJournal. A lot of LJ users are deleting their accounts, and though I haven't checked, some LJ communities may shut down too.)
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
There are all sorts of warnings going around social media at the moment that, if you're an author, you risk damaging your brand if you post about political matters.

I'm therefore bemused to announce that (1) nobody unsubscribed from my e-mail list when I urged people not to vote for Mr. Trump in November, and (2) four people have unsubscribed from my e-mail list since I began announcing installments of my female-protagonist novel a week ago.

Mind you, it could be they unsubscribed because I've been posting so often. In case that's the problem, I should give fair warning that this is how my story-posting schedule is going to go this year. I've got over a million words' worth of stories (old and new) to post online during the next couple of years. Since I'm going to be online nearly daily for the foreseeable future, I figure the best way to keep from inundating you folks with too much daily wordage is to serialize longer works. The trade-off to that is that you'll be getting daily or near-daily posts from me whenever I serialize. I realize this is going to be too many e-mails / posts for some of you, and I'll understand if you feel the need to unsubscribe. I hope, though, that most of you will enjoy the more frequent story announcements.
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
Sorry about the lack of e-book updates, folks. I've been sick, and now my online laptop is sick. As soon as the laptop is either fixed or replaced, I'll be able to return to publishing and to updating my website.
duskpeterson: An apprentice builds a boat as a man looks on. (Default)
As a follow-up to my previous post, here's the list of e-books that will remain available in multiformat for the foreseeable future.


In the series The Eternal Dungeon:

The Eternal Dungeon: a Turn-of-the-Century omnibus (just reissued; I don't yet have the bookstore links at my website).

Rebirth.

Transformation.

The Balance.

On Guard (just reissued; I don't yet have the bookstore links at my website).

The Unanswered Question.

Green Ruin (to be posted at AO3 soon).


In the series Commando:

Spy Hill.


In the series Young Toughs:

AI & Queue (upcoming; also available at AO3).


In the series Master/Other:

Debt Price (also available at AO3).

Pleasure (also available at AO3).


Because of Smashwords's blastedly difficult author dashboard, I've had to take down the titles there tonight (except for the above-mentioned titles). However, my multiformat e-books (all of them) remain available at my OmniLit / All Romance eBooks store (different link than I posted before) and my Gumroad store until at least Thursday, May 19.

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