Hi, this is Tai! While on Iwaku I have had the opportunity to meet RPers of many kinds, mostly well adaptable roleplayers giving one, two, three paragraphs. Though I have met With one person giving one liners, it brings me back to the days of when I first started RPing. I have enjoyed the community while I have been here and look forward to meeting more RPers. On topic though, I RP a lot! But that isn't the only thing I do for fun, I also write very often! I have finished my first book in the alpha stage, ending at 102 chapters! I expect to end the book around 130 chapters after entering the beta stage, but the only problem is that I only have 2 alpha readers! And so, this doesn't help give me too much insight, I enjoy a vast majority of diversity. Correcting grammar (where it is obvious, olden speech is often times used during the book- it represents my syntax error quite well. ^_^) Would you like to alpha read for me, viewer? The job would include: -Giving insight on the book in general -Making comments on the document -Making suggestions and corrections to logic -Correcting grammar where it is necessary (The book will often times ignore grammar, watch out for this! Also watch out for made up words! XD) -Being okay with mature content -Being okay with taboo content -Looking at drafts for logical improvements I may have forgotten something! It happens haha, generally the alpha reader reads for adding more content, more chapters and just overall adding and removing things. Then comes the beta stage, very unlikely anything will be added or removed but edited to the point that it should be okay to release the book. Thanks! I am open to questions, below is the overview of the book. A young adult with an interesting set of personalities enters a new continent without any apparent motives. With the vast amount of possibilities, greed, war and rumors offer a massive amount of opportunity. Clymer is a world of ninja, magic, alchemist and mysterious questions that have no apparent answers. While the constant question pointed towards this young adult who seemingly has no place or motive nor an apparent last name to call her own, she is tasked with teaching combat skills as well as displaying skill and power for the factions who employ her.