UPDATE: Seeking for a few more testers to round out the review. Send me a message and I’ll provide the link. Thanks in advance.
I’ve completed my approximately 55,000 word comedy-horror story “A Booth at the Antique Show” and am looking for some brave beta testers to give it a read (hopefully this doesn’t unleash any true horror).
You play as the (gender-selectable) producer of a PBS antiques appraisal show, dutifully starting another on-site episode while managing the eccentric personalities of your cast and crew. Events go pear-shaped when a guest arrives with a mummified human body, allegedly the corpse of the presidential assassin John Wilkes Booth. Quickly a menagerie of newcomers squabble with increasing fervor over ownership of the body and the mysterious scroll that supposedly can bring the mummy to life. There is a news story here bigger than any antiques show. How will you cover it without getting killed and to what lengths will you go to bring home the story of the century?
Inspired by the works of Christopher Moore, Richard Kadrey, Donald Westlake, Monty Python, Gravity Falls and other, similar geniuses. Enjoy what I believe is a highly original, action-adventure romp.
Looking for feedback as to any errors, typos, misspellings, confusion or other mistakes. (I have run it through a spellchecker, quicktest and randomtest with no errors).
Let me know if you are interested and I’ll send you the link to the beta via private message or email.Thanks in advance to any that partake.
If you want to read the first three chapters to see if this is something you’d like to beta, click here: