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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.
Looking forward to welcoming you into the team!