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Written by Charli Mills

Charli Mills, a born buckaroo, makes literary art accessible at CarrotRanch.com. She writes about the veteran spouse experience and women forgotten to history.

September 18, 2015

Be sure to ride over to Carrot Ranch next Monday, September 21 as Rough Writer, Geoff Le Pard, takes the reins. He’s going to discuss beta readers and how he used their feedback to shape his most recent novel,”My Father and Other Liars.”

It’s a thriller that entwines religious dogma and controversial scientific stem cell research. Having just finished reading the book, let me tell you it is an exciting read!

Geoff has a busy second week on his blog tour and I’m looking forward to learning more about how he developed his beta readers.

Geoff is a prolific and witty writer. His amazing feat at Carrot Ranch has been a nifty trick of writing an entire saga 99-words at a time! So far, he’s adapted his story to each weekly prompt without missing a beat. A true Rough Writer and talented author!

Here’s the line up for Geoff’s Week 2 Blog Tour:

Blog Tour 2 poster 2

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6 Comments

  1. TanGental

    Thanks for this Charli; very kind!

    • Charli Mills

      Happy to be a part of the MFOL Tour!

  2. TanGental

    Reblogged this on TanGental and commented:
    As a teaser for next week, Charli Mills is getting ready…

  3. Irene Waters 19 Writer Memoirist

    I’m looking forward to Geoff’s discussion of beta readers and how he got them as well. I’ll be back to check it out.

  4. Norah

    I look forward to sitting around the campfire with Geoff at the Carrot Ranch and listening to his advice about doing better with beta readers.

  5. Charli Mills

    Geoff led a great discussion around the campfire!

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