Proofreading drafts are in

Jeroen Steenbeeke  
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While recovering from the world's nastiest migraine yesterday, one of my co-workers sent me a message that a package had arrived from the United States. While I was expecting a number of packages, only one of them could have been sent from the US: my proofreading drafts. As I discussed in an earlier blog post, I've enlisted the help of a number of co-workers for proofreading purposes. I know I can trust them to not sugarcoat their critique like family often would (though my coworkers are by no means a pack of rabid dogs who will tear my novel to shreds - or so I hope), so this should give me some valuable feedback on the story.
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I've already handed out the first copies, so the first feedback should come some time after the holiday season. To assist in this feedback, I've given each reviewer a list of questions to help them build constructive criticism. I intend to ask them the following questions:
  • Did you find any grammatical or spelling errors?
  • Did you enjoy the story?
  • Did the characters feel believable?
  • Did you, at any point, feel the story was going too fast or too slow?
  • Were all plots and subplots properly resolved? If not, which part of the story was not properly resolved?
  • Did you, at any point, feel the situation was not adequately described?
  • The two main characters spend quite some time travelling together, and as a result, talking. Were their conversations believable?
  • Were the story's antagonists believable?

With these questions, I'm hoping the feedback will prove valuable. Do you know of any additional questions I should ask?