On 1 December 2021, the third volume 52 Weeks of Writing Author Journal and Planner will be published. I am now inviting writers to join my ARC team to test this new edition before it comes out.
What is an ARC team?
An ARC team is a group of readers who receive an Advanced Reader Copy before a book is published.
I send out ARCs (Advanced Reader Copies) for the following reasons:
1) to find out whether my work resonates with the audience I have in mind, and
2) to receive suggestions on how to improve the material.
Some ARC members also do the following, but only if they feel like it:
3) catch any lingering errors,
4) leave reviews where they can, and
5) promote the book where they can.
How do I know whether I’m the right fit for your ARC team?
The only way to know that for sure is by giving it a go.
I’m looking for writers – both experienced and inexperienced – to test 52 Weeks of Writing and provide me with feedback, whatever that feedback is.
If, at some point, you realise joining my ARC team has been a mistake, just send me an email to let me know.
What if I’ve never given anyone feedback before?
Then let this be your first time!
I don’t care about your level of experience, I care about whether you’re a writer who wants to dive into and test my upcoming journal and planner over the next couple of weeks and share your experiences with.
I have worked with previous versions of 52 Weeks of Writing. Can I still join?
52 Weeks of Writing Vol. III comes with a few small updates and I would love to know how you, with your experience of the previous volumes, feel about the changes I’ve made.
How can I sign up?
By sending me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until when can I sign up?
You can sign up until 8 October 2021.
When would you need my feedback?
I would need to receive any comments and suggestions by 7 November.
Any other questions?
Drop me a line at email@example.com and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.
Looking forward to welcoming you into the team!
Jo is the author of The Safari Girl and a bit of an entrepreneur. Novelist, creator, and Witch, all while running a business and working a side hustle or two.
She lives in the south of England with her partner Bruce and their family of fur babies. When she is not creating with words, she is most likely crocheting or playing with metal in the form of chainmaille. You can often find her in a local café, typing away while her coffee grows cold as inspiration hits her with the same speed as the wind on her face from riding her motorbike to get there.Read More →