I may have been a bit trigger happy when I sent out yesterdays update. Sorry about that.
This draft will continue existing, hopefully being added to the Nerdist Contest soon by the help of the awesome people here at Inkshares. 

I have to admit I was kind of stressed about it all yesterday, for suddenly it was all so real. Adding this book to the contest, and opening for pre-orderes... Suddenly I have to go out there and ask for pre-orders and everything! But fingers crossed, and again, thank you for following the draft in the early stages! 

Third betareader feedback just in, and this from a man working as a screenwriter and editor!
He was mostly happy with the book, but he’s one of those guys asking himself questions, which is just what I want in a betareader! He asked me a few things I’ve thought of myself, and more things I haven’t thought of - or thought as much about.
Meaning combined with the two first betareaders feedback, I’m starting to get a little collection fo things to do with the script.
Still waiting for the last 3 feedbacks, and actually looking forward to them!

Until then I’m working on writing novellas in English, hoping to keep getting better at the language.
Have to admit that I’m itching to start work on Artificial Generation again, but patiance is a virtue

Hope you all have an amazin spring so far!

Heard back from another betareader yesterday! Some other stuff to go on than the first, but all in all she had mostly good things to say, and what wasn’t good was mostly because of her own preferences.
There are some things to take into consideration, but I’m still waiting for my last 4 betareaders to get back to me before doing anything majore to the manuscript. At this rate I should have it up for pre-orderes in early summer!
Hoping you’ve all had an awesome easter.

So I got the first feedback from my betareaders today!
Patrik Sahlstrøm is the writer of the ’’Books of future darkness’’-series, and he’s been nice enough to do a betareading of Artificial Generation.
This is what he published on his authorpage:

’’Just finished a pilot-reading of a text by Anniken Haga, and I’m flabbergasted by how incredibly good it is. A true masterpiece! Of course it needs some very minor polishing, but the publishers should come running after Anniken when she’s ready to publish it. We’re talking Hugo and Nebuala award quality here! I wish I could write that well. I’ll of course let you folks know when it is available.’’

I got some more feedback ofcourse, and I can’t wait to get working on the text again!
Also, I have to admit I’m almost crying here from the feedback. Guess it’s time for breakfast then!

Hope you all had a nice weekend, and have a nice week!
And thank you for following me and my work already. You have no idea how much that means to me!
Thank you