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Beta Reading

Hello! The next few months are going to be full of stories and I just want to make sure that I can write the best versions of them for people to enjoy. And to make that happen, I need your help! Below, I've listed to the two manuscripts that I'm currently looking at beta readers for, along with timelines and what to expect from each story. If interested, click the button to take you to the form and I'll get back to you!


Sapphic Short Story

This short story is for an anthology that releases next year. 

What you'll find:

  • Set in South India

  • Featuring two Brown women—Navi is bisexual and Mireya is lesbian

  • Second chance romance (they dated for 3 years in college)

  • Frenemies to lovers

  • Forced proximity—reunited at the wedding of one of their dearest friends

  • Between 10,600 words approx.

Timelines & Other things:

  • You'll get the story by January 7th and I expect it back by January 31st

  • This short story isn't connected to my published series, but will be an introduction to my next series

  • I will send you a set of questions and guidelines on what to look for/what feedback I'd like as well

Almost Home

Love in Wildes, Book 3

What you'll find:

  • Roommates

  • Forced proximity

  • Friends to lovers

  • Slow burn

  • Demisexual heroine

  • Bisexual biracial hero

  • Sex and cooking lessons

  • 95K words approx.

Timelines & Other things:

  • The book is slated for a late May/early June release, so I will send you the manuscript by February 11th and I'll need it back within a month (March 10th — 12th)

  • I'm also looking for readers who haven't read the first two books, to see if the story can function as a standalone as well as part of a series

  • Content & Trigger Warnings: This is an open door romance. The MMC grew up in the foster system. The FMC has a toxic family. There are conversations about anxiety, depression and scenes involving panic attacks. There are also several scenes featuring conversation with a therapist. Both characters feel a sense of worthlessness, thanks to their childhoods, and it comes up now and then.

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