Along with our expansion to Harry Potter and Hunger Games, we are also extending our services to authors and betas of Original Fiction. We are now looking for interested authors and betas of OF to join our community.
Since 2009, and over 450 betas and 500 authors later, Project Team Beta has grown by leaps and bounds, and 2012 is sure to be no different. Throughout the month of March, we will be celebrating the last three years and all of the hard work put into making PTB a success by all of our betas, authors and mods. Join us in celebrating by visiting our Happy Birthday tumblr and posting a message.
You can also show your PTB love and party spirit, by displaying one of our birthday buttons:
Thank you to Anniegirl27 for making our birthday banner and background, Frozen Soldier and Raum for the birthday buttons, Morrigan for the beta and author interview banners, and Isabellacullenlover23 for the moderator interview banner.
We are pleased to announce some very exciting changes. Our focus in the past has been on improving Twilight fanfiction through our services. We have decided to expand our scope starting this month and will now be working with both the Harry Potter and Hunger Games fandoms.
We currently have over 60 Harry Potter betas and over 40 Hunger Games betas that are waiting for your story! Interested in joining our beta team? Fill out a beta application. Have a story you’d like us to review? Fill out a story application.
How to take the Smolder Out of Smut: the Top 10 Words and Phrases NOT to Use When Writing Lemons by Kassiah
AN: After being totally shocked at being asked to write for Smut University, I was prepared with a different topic when my amazing friend, Erin (les16), suggested this one. As soon as she said it, all I could think was “yes . . . yes! Why didn’t I think of that?” I did a quick Twitter poll and found that this is actually a topic that needs to be addressed. So, thanks to her for the idea. Thanks also to HeatherDawn for this awesome graphic, to Caren for being a famazing gif-tracker, and to MrsAC for looking over this for me–possibly repeatedly.