finally, my work on the Starling Handbook is coming to an end. I finished writing all the content that I planned for the first release. W00t! 😎
Now, my remaining issue is that English is not my native language. Which means that there are bound to be many errors that my German talking brain simply doesn't recognise as such!
Furthermore, I'm so deep into the project that it's difficult for me to evaluate if my descriptions are actually clear to follow and contain all the information that readers are needing.
Thus, I'm looking for Starling users who have English as their native language and would be willing to review the book, or at least parts of it. It doesn't matter if you are really new to Starling or an old veteran — in fact, it would be great to have reviewers in all kinds of proficiency.
Of course, everyone helping out will get the e-book for free, as a small compensation for your efforts. 🙂
Please, everyone interested: just apply below and tell me why you're the ideal candidate!
Thanks a lot in advance!!!