By Brian Guthrie
Picture this: you’ve spent two decades working on your Magnum Opus. You’ve slaved, tuned, refined, threw out, began again, fretted, and worried over every word of the Prologue (we won’t discuss what you did with the rest of your massive tome that would make a librarian cringe at the thought of picking it up). It’s your pride and joy, the bane of your family’s existence. Well, it was, because you discovered the joys of online communities like JukePop that give you unlimited access to Alpha/Beta readers. Now, no one who knows you personally ever has to read a word you’ve written until it’s in printed form.