On 06/28/2017 07:41 AM, Nate Levesque (RIT Student) wrote:
Over the last six months, I've been writing a book on net neutrality.
It's been super secret—until now! If you follow my blog, you've seen
some blogified exerpts from my first draft.
I'm hoping to publish it this summer, maybe towards the end of July. But
first, I need people to tell me if it sucks—and it might, so be honest.
That's what beta readers do!
If you're interested, give me a reply and I'll reach out directly.
You'll get a PDF of the latest revision and if you give me feedback, a
final copy of the book once it's done. It's a full-length nonfiction
book at just over 30,000 words (about 125 printed book pages). I'm
hoping for some feedback over the next few weeks. If I get a huge
response, I may not take everyone, but we'll see when we get there.
For full disclosure, publishing arrangements are not final, but I'm
hoping to offer it DRM-free and with a creative commons license, though
it likely won't be free in price.
Looking forward to hearing more about the book soon… keep us updated
here about the final copy too so we can throw a few moneydollars at you
for your writing. :)
Justin W. Flory