A story is like a seed. It needs good soil to root in, love and care to help it thrive, and proper pruning to strengthen it. While you can provide the foundation and the nurturing your story needs, pruning (or editing) is tough. And I’ve got my gardening gloves on.
Many writers prefer to self-edit rather than hiring a professional editor, but this can lead to weak stories, missed typos, and poorly developed characters. Editors exist to help writers hone their craft and develop a strong story—without losing the author’s voice.
To help your story grow, I offer manuscript reviews, blurb edits proofreading, line editing, and developmental editing services for aspiring and published authors of any genre.