I downloaded my WIP onto my 14-year-old son's kindle and hinted that he should beta read it for me. Then I suggest
that he beta read it. Then I advised
that it would be in his best interest to at least read the first chapter.
Today, he says, "Dad, I'm reading Sisters of Sorrow (my WIP) for a project in English class."
Me: "But, I'm not done editing it. That's why I asked you to beta read it."
Him: "Don't worry dad, I'll underline all the errors for you. You can underline on a kindle, you know."
His project involves a written report, an oral report and an illustration of a scene. I'm thinking, if I help him do a really good job on his homework I might get a few sales from it
IF I can get the thing edited in time