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The Beta Questionnaire

The Beta Questionnaire

Firstly, let me thank you for taking the time to read through this novel. We hope you found some enjoyment, but if you didn't, we encourage you to share your ideas and suggestions.

The questions below are intended for the collection of information only. They are not considered a personal attack towards the writer, nor should the reader feel compelled to appease anyone. Please keep this in mind as you record your answers. Please be as honest as possible. Your opinions help to shape the future of writing.

Thank you for your service.

Question 1: At what point did you feel “Now the story has really begun!”?

Question 2: Were there any moments in the novel that you found yourself skimming through? If so, how to do you feel these parts could be changed to keep your focus?

Question 3: When you initially picked up the novel, where was your first stopping point?

Question 4: What did you find was the most suspenseful?

Question 5: Which parts, if any, seemed to drag on?

Question 6: Did any situations in the novel remind you of your personal life?

Question 7: Which setting, if any, was the easiest to picture in your mind? What about the setting stood out the most to you?

Question 8: Who was your favorite character? Why did you choose this answer?

Question 9: If you had to choose a character to remove from the story, who would you choose & why?

Question 10: What was the last novel you read? What was it about that novel that captured your attention?

Are there any additional comments you wish to make about the novel?

Once you are finished recording your answers, please return this questionnaire to the author. Your answers will be used alongside other Beta Readers to better improve the novel.

Once again, thank you for your service. We wouldn't be able to do it without the generosity of people like you.

The Writer's Association


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