Mining Your Message
When you mine for gold, you have to dig deep. As an editor, my job is more than just brushing away dirt. If your story is buried under tons of rock—dull descriptions, plot holes, confusing prose—the reader won’t see the value.
So let’s unearth that gold to grab your reader.
Developmental editing pinpoints where the book needs a content makeover. This could mean adding content, cutting (gasp!), or enhancing what’s already there. It brings out the fullness of the story, allowing your message to engage your audience.
Line editing requires patience on both ends: the editor and the author. Every line, every word, is examined for authenticity and clarity. Your voice is not only preserved but amplified so the reader can engage and
fully enjoy your work.
Ah, proofreading. Finally, the full potential of your work is examined one last time, polished for glow, and then set free. It’s time for your message to spark wonder in your readers.
I do not take on book projects that contain heavy Christian content, and I will also not edit work with excessive cursing or any explicit material.