Firstly, thank you for taking a look. Your time is precious. I'm grateful that you've chosen to spend some of it helping me improve this book.
My commitment to beta readers
Everybody who signs up as a beta reader and helps improve the book (that bit's important) will get:
- Named & acknowledged in the print version of the book
- A free copy when the book is published.
Please email me - Kenny [at] gridlines dot com if you’d like to be added as a beta reader.
What kind of feedback I'm looking for
The beta reading process is not so much about spotting typos (there are lots). Instead, the most helpful feedback is about:
- Where you get confused or lost or have unanswered questions
- Where you disagree or have different experiences
- Where you start to get bored and feel like skipping ahead or giving up
- Anything you find especially interesting or valuable.
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Thanks again for being here and for helping to turn my incoherent rambling into a truly useful reference guide for modellers.
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