Saturday, 21 September 2013

Looking for Conceptual Proofreaders!

As I mentioned in my previous post, my new book The Complete Vivimancer is nearing completion. Before launching into the layout / publishing stage though, I'd like to get some other eyes over it, to check its integrity. Now, at this point I'm mainly talking about D&D stuff:
  • Spells too high / low level?
  • Under / over powered?
  • Mechanical oversights?
  • "What about if someone tried this?"
That sort of thing. Of course if any grammar errors are spotted along the way that's cool, but that's not the main thrust of what I'm thinking here. I just want to get some other D&D players to look at it and see if it all makes sense and seems consistent.

If anyone's interested in helping out in this way, I can offer the following:
  1. Your name in the credits.
  2. A free copy of the final PDF.
Contact me via any means possible! I would suggest a comment on this post, a message on google+ or an email (see sidebar).

9 comments:

  1. I'm far from an expert in these matters but I would be happy to give it a perusal!

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    1. Thanks for the offer!

      If it were another book I would gladly have your input on it. In this case however, I have other things planned for you... Namely, discovering the content of the expanded spell lists by arduous processes of research and adventure during the course of our campaign ;)

      That reminds me, I was going to send you the Transparency spell.

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  2. I'd be happy to read through your new book and offer any suggestions that come to mind, in addition to scanning for spelling and grammar errors.

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  3. I'd be happy to read through your new book and offer any suggestions that come to mind, in addition to scanning for spelling and grammar errors.

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  4. Ynas & Brian -- Thanks a lot! I'll get in touch in the next couple of weeks when the draft is finished.

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  5. Let me know if you need another set of eyes on this - more than willing to lend a hand...

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