Not entirely sure where to get started here. I have three books going through what would probably be described as an alpha read rather than beta. I started writing the first book in January of this year, and the series quickly morphed into a beast that has pretty much taken over every waking moment of my spare time between my university classes. I've had a few reviewers go through my books, but not many actual LitRPG readers. The problem when I first started writing my series started to become apparent when I was most of the way through book 3, as I was pretty much winging it without much of a goal in mind other than to write as much as I could, and to get as much world building done as possible. Over the course of my books, the vision I had for the world my series takes place in evolved. I started off the fantasy world side of my series with several ideas of how to write it, then settled on a non traditional type of world. The difficulty is that, Endaria isn't actually a game. Its a world that players think is a game. On their side, the mechanics are not typical either. There is no leveling up, though there is an interface that often ends of being disabled in favor of immersion. Real life skills have a massive impact on how players fight, craft, etc in Endaria. Anyone who reads the first book, can watch my disenchantment with the idea of describing a traditional gaming experience as, I finally decided that Endaria was more than just a game. Personally, it has always annoyed me when reading LitRPG that so much is devoted to just stopping and describing the character over and over again. I'm more of an action writer, then a descriptive storyteller. So where to get started? I want to rewrite but it's hard to find people who are willing to read through all three books, then come back and comment on book one. I think I've covered most of the plot holes but I still am having problems trying to fit everything together. I do need a few alpha readers, and ones that really understand the genre. My books are on google drive, and that's what I've been using for review work so far and it has worked out quite well. Anyone willing to help out? Or any advice?