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It’s not easy being a writer. It’s hard to get the people in your life to take your writing seriously. You have to fight to carve out time to work on your craft (There’s always that guy at some party who says, “If I had a weekend I could write a novel.” Um, right.). And then, who can you trust to give you honest feedback to take your work to the next level without changing your voice or your story?
I’ve sat on both sides of the publishing desk. I get it. I know how hard it is to get where you are. And I know what publishers are thinking about your book. And I can teach you what you need to know to reach your writing goals. In fact, that’s the first thing I’m going to ask you about. I love helping people stretch out of their comfort zones and reach their goals.
At heart, I’m a teacher. I don’t just edit your work, I help you grow your craft. You understand what I am doing and why so you can apply this to your other works.
Have a question? I’m available to help.
While I have options for every budget, I provide the best value to serious writers ready to get their work published, traditional or indie.
• Taking your product from an idea to a finished book.
• Complete editorial services, from consulting on book structure, to substantive editing, to copyediting and proofreading
• Ghostwriting: from basic idea to printed book product, both fiction and nonfiction
• Product brainstorming and idea creation
• Complete proposal evaluation (for presenting to major publishers)
• Start-to-finish project management of books, series and curriculum projects
• Electronic publishing services
• Expert graphic design, including book interiors, covers, and complex layouts (proficient in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator)
Check out PencilDancer (where I post writing advice monthly) for weekly discussions on the craft of writing.
Contact me via the contact form below. Get started today making your writing goals a reality. Or risk another year in the frustration of spinning your wheels, not knowing if your writing is really good enough.