That seems a pretty good way to do it, I’ll have to cut the book at some point to public beta, maybe a dumb question but, do you think it would be best to do it on a cliffhanger or just the end of a chapter?
@The_Black_Reaper I’m not really familiarized with any work around here, I’m not having enough time and I try to spend what’s left on progressing on my own book to be honest. The idea I’m trying to write could be a lot longer than what I’ve done so far, (and I intend it to be) but I think I’ll have to cut it in a series because otherwise I’ll never get it finished, so even if it could be more than 1 million words long I’m chopping it, so it won’t be a monstrosity like some of the books out there, making it somewhat easier to avoid errors, hopefully
I’m doing the initial review and changing things I don’t like, mainly the way things are written, not much of plot and that, just more “show don’t tell” noob writer learning. Due to the idea of being a series I’ve kind of forced myself to not branch it too much, cause I knew it can become unmanageable on the future.
At the moment I think I’m at 250k words, and I don’t think it’ll grow much more than that (I hope I’m wrong though), so I don’t know, I’ll try to polish it the best I can and release a public beta with 3/4 of it as you guys advice, meanwhile I’ll start to do the artwork for it, so I can push that along the editing/review I’ll have to do with the feedback. And at the end I guess I don’t have much more than hope for the best, or worse…
@Farsight I’m just in my initial review, and I’ve already knew I have to change a bunch of things due to my inexperience at the beginning, but that’s true, I don’t know how much of that feeling of “I can’t public this sh*t in the actual condition” would haunt me after the review.