There is a story in all of us. Sometimes that story is fictional; sometimes it is a detailed account of a life plagued by pain and anguish, but we all have a story to tell. We all have something to say. I cannot tell your story for you, but I can help you tell it better.
As your Developmental Editor, my job is to help you, the writer, develop your literary piece into something your intended audience can’t put down. If your readers are not chomping at the bit for something more from your pen by the time they finish your book, I haven’t done my job. There may be a drastic need such as substantive editing, but that’s another topic for another day.
My role in assisting in the development of your book is to walk with you, chapter by chapter, toward the ultimate goal of putting together a masterpiece. Everything is not for everyone, but my job is make sure the audience you want to reach is left satisfied.
I’m here to help you work on character development. I’m right here to help you recognize and fix plot holes. I’m here to help you pull it all together and package it up nicely.
I will never take away your voice. You are the storyteller. I am the editor. We will work together to make that voice sparkle. We will work together to make yours a bestseller.