A beta reader is a reader who reads a written work, generally fiction, with the intent of looking over the material to find and improve elements such as grammar and spelling, as well as suggestions to improve the story, its characters, or its setting. Beta reading is typically done before the story is released for public consumption. Beta readers are not explicitly proofreaders or editors, but can serve in that context.
Elements highlighted by beta readers encompass things such as plot holes, problems with continuity, characterization or believability; in fiction and non-fiction, the beta might also assist the author with fact-checking.
RATES: $0.002 per word with a $10 minimum. For example, a 20,000 word novella would be $40. A 5,000 word short story would be $10. A 2,000 word short story would be $10 because it falls below the minimum. Rates will increase for rush requests.