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If you’re working on your novel and seeking feedback from real readers, especially those you’re not personally connected to, there are several ways to gauge their response and put your finger on the pulse of your target audience:

  1. Join Online Writing Communities: Participate in online writing communities or forums where readers discuss books in your genre. Engage in conversations, share excerpts of your work, and ask for feedback. Look for communities that cater to your specific genre to ensure you’re connecting with readers who have a genuine interest in your type of story.
  2. Seek Beta Readers: Find beta readers who are willing to read your novel and provide honest feedback. Beta readers can offer valuable insights and opinions on your work, as they represent your target audience. Reach out to writing groups, online platforms, or even friends and acquaintances who enjoy reading in your genre.
  3. Utilize Review Services: Consider using review services that connect authors with readers who provide feedback on their books. These services can offer a broader range of opinions and perspectives. Some platforms allow readers to vote on specific aspects they liked or disliked, giving you a comprehensive understanding of reader preferences.
  4. Engage on Social Media: Build a presence on social media platforms, especially those popular among readers. Share snippets of your work, ask questions, and interact with readers in discussions related to your genre. This can help you connect with a wider audience and gather valuable feedback.
  5. Analyze Reader Reviews: Pay attention to reader reviews on platforms like Goodreads, Amazon, or other book review websites. While not all reviews will be in-depth, they can still provide insights into what resonated with readers and what didn’t. Look for common themes or feedback patterns in these reviews to identify areas for improvement.

Remember, feedback from readers is subjective, and it’s important to consider multiple opinions and perspectives. Use this feedback to refine your writing, improve your storytelling, and connect more effectively with your target audience.

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