There is mystery in knowing a “True Read (red) Head.”

A “True Read (red) Head is a person contracted by 10 Day Book Club to read a genre like mystery, history, or biography.  There’s a Read Head assigned to each book club going through the Advanced and Premium levels of 10 Day Book Club. The Read Head triggers chat sessions with book club members, reads and comments for the writer, and suggests one of three actions: 1.) Additional book clubs for further manuscript development, 2.) Editing services, or 3.) publishing.

The application process is easy. Read Heads are qualified after reading and commenting in as little as three virtual book clubs. Qualified Read Heads are paid $75 for book clubs they’re contracted to work!

Start the application process at http://www.10daybookclub.com/readheadcopyrighter

There are six Read Head classifications for you to choose from after you are hired:

“Encouraging Read Heads” service the following genres:

  • Spiritual, healing
  • Inspirational
  • Self help
  • Religious

“Mysterious Read Heads” service the following genres:

  • Fiction
  • Mystery
  • Science Fiction
  • Fantasy

“Legendary Read Heads” service the following genres:

  • Myth
  • Fable
  • Fairytale

“I Love Read Heads” service the following genres:

  • Chick Lit
  • Romance
  • Erotica
  • Paranormal

“Youthful Read Heads” service the following genres:

  • Children’s Books
  • Young Adult

“True Read Heads” service the following genres:

  • Biography
  • Auto-biography
  • History
  • Article
  • Poetry
  • Non-fiction

Go read (red) today – be a reader.

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About 3day Editing Groups

A writer submits three chapters, up to 35 pages, of a manuscript into a group with editors for three days at no cost. The editors assess the writer's work and give their feedback in an interactive online format. There is a ten day option available where a writer participates with one editor in an interactive online format.
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