Recently, I had the privilege of editing a book for a most pleasant client. Editing is not easy work and not every client is willing to accept feedback and advice. I will be the first to say that as a Developmental and a Line Editor, I grade hard. I fully believe that if you have a message to share, it should be shared without error. I know that English is not everyone’s thing, but it’s mine. That’s why I pour my whole heart into my work.
If I was to come back as a reincarnated object, it would be a red pen. I’ve always been a stickler for grammar and spelling so I guess that makes my calling as an editor a good one.
I provide editing services to prepare a book for publishing, whether it’s done the traditional way or through self-publishing. In either case, my eyes are the ones hired to find and correct errors. The writer trusts me to make sure that readability, continuity, grammar, and punctuation are all in order. I take that responsibility seriously. My greatest concern though, is making sure that my writer is presented in the best light. I want their message to come across clearly. I don’t want to see any errors in the finished product. I also find great pleasure in working on books that will help the next person along. Hustle Under Pressure: Awaken the Hustle in You to Survive Uncertain Times is a perfect example of that.
Times are hard. Times are hard on many, many people. COVID-19 is manhandling the world. People have had to find alternative ways to make a living and/or to make ends meet. In this book, Mrs. Burks offers 111 ways to get your hustle on. This is one you don’t want to miss. You will learn to hustle! I learned so much while editing for her and I can’t thank her enough for the opportunity to serve her needs.
Head over to Amazon to get your copy. There’s something in this book for everyone. Whether you want to start a brand new career, looking for a lucrative second job, or just want to try your hand at something new and different, this is the book for you. I promise you won’t be disappointed.