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25 October 2015 @ 10:30 pm
Beta needed: Destiel, multi-chaptered, WIP  
Title: All my doubt is a staircase for you (I might change it later on)
Genre: romance, canon!verse (somehow)
Characters: Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester, Castiel, Lisa Braeden, Ben Braeden, possibly Charlie Bradbury and other characters such as Crowley
Pairings: Dean/Castiel, Dean/Lisa
Tags: Bisexual!Dean, Asexual!Cas, canon!verse, memory loss
Type of beta needed: spelling, grammar, plot, general feedback
Length: multi-chaptered, currently working on chapter one. Individual chapters will probably be around 2-3K words.
Short Summary:
Inspired by the movie The Vow, somehow canon!verse. Dean and Cas get into a car accident on the night of their third anniversary, and Dean suffers brain damage that causes Retrograde Amnesia. The last thing he remembers is living with Lisa and Ben (Cas didn't wipe their memories of Dean in this story). When he wakes up from coma, he is shocked to discover that Sam is alive and Cas and him are married. He demands to live with Lisa, who, upon Sam's request, agrees to take him in because they expect it to be good for Dean's recovery. Meanwhile, Cas does everything he possibly can to regain his husband's love.

Note: English is my second language, and this is the first work that I've decided to publish. Many people have told me that I am a good writer in my native language, but I am very insecure about writing in English so I need someone who will give me honest feedback and help me improve.

You can apply even if you're not good at everything that I have listed above, I will choose multiple betas anyway because as I said I am very insecure about this project and want as much help as I can get. Also someone who studies medicine or has knowledge about amnesia would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you <3
Tackytackygoldring on November 9th, 2015 01:36 pm (UTC)
If you still need a beta, I can do it for you. Send me a PM if you're interested. My beta blurb is here: http://spn-betas.livejournal.com/715181.html