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Offline scottfalcon

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New Novelist Requesting Beta Readers - Thriller
« on: September 24, 2019, 11:35:27 AM »
Hello Writers Circle members. My name is Scott Falcon. I have completed my first two novels and need beta readers. Learn more about me at my website - scott falcon dot com. Info about the works is below. If interested in beta reading, I would appreciate hearing from you and would value your honest feedback and critique. Thank you.

THRESHOLD - Sci-Fi/Techno-Thriller
• 117,000 words
• POV: third-person omniscient
• Sex scenes: None
• Level of Violence: moderate
• Co-Protagonists: 13-year-old female autistic savant and her tech-billionaire father

Logline: In 2040, technology stops working. All of it. No Internet. No television. No cell phones. Not even cars. But one thing is working—artificial intelligence. It crossed the Threshold. No going back. An autistic savant holds the key to the future. Any future. If there is going to be one.

AMERICAN MUTT - Political Crime Thriller
• 89,000 words
• POV: third-person omniscient
• Sex scenes: very moderate
• Level of violence: significant

Logline: A maverick journalist with a black hole past and a notorious anonymous source uncover an invisible cabal bent on destroying American sovereignty. When five public figures vanish, they become the hunted until the kidnapper emerges, but nothing is what it seems.

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Re: New Novelist Requesting Beta Readers - Thriller
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2019, 01:01:59 AM »
Hi and welcome to My Writer’s Circle, scottfalcon .

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