Beginning and finishing a book, a story, a poem, a memoir, or almost any piece of writing means having to make choices: what to enhance, what to leave out, what to edit out. Obstacles invariably pop up along the way:  you might lose track of the Big Picture or the Evil Critic in your head begins having too much air time. Or maybe you have a terrific idea but have no idea how or where to begin. That is how an editor  – essentially an experienced pair of eyes – can help you navigate those obstacles by offering objective feedback.

Editors have different strengths and working styles; settling on the right one means finding a good fit. I can help with that too.

 

There are countless ways to tell a story but only one goal:
to keep the reader turning the page.

 

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