You’re a writer (even if you don’t think of yourself that way).
You might write fiction. I edit all lengths and genres of fiction.
You might write non-fiction. Most of what’s out there in the world is non-fiction, and I edit most kinds.
You might love writing—a creative process that makes your heart soar. Or it might be an agony that makes your heart sore. Probably it’s a little of both.
You might have learned English as a foreign language. Or you might be a native English speaker, like me.
You are definitely brave enough to share your writing with others.
You have something to say and the world needs to hear it.
You know your message matters and that words have power. You know that words count.
You want only your best work to represent you in the world, and you’re looking for someone to work with you to make that happen.
You need an editor.
Maybe you have worked with a professional editor before, and it didn’t work out as you hoped. Maybe the product or the experience didn’t meet your expectations.
Maybe you’ve relied on computer spelling and grammar checkers or asked a friend or colleague to check your writing. But “good enough” is no longer good enough, and you’re ready to work with a professional.
You want an editor who knows her stuff. An editor who understands your vision for your work. Someone who edits with awareness and compassion as well as a keen eye and sharp mind. An editor who maintains your authorial voice while making your prose sharper, clearer, smoother: better.
You want someone who makes you look and feel great in writing. Someone who helps you tell your story and reach your reader.
Does this sound like you? Then you’ve come to the right place and found the right person. Good things lie ahead.