Jesi is intuitive, compassionate, intelligent, supportive and creative in her own right. She helped me drill down to core themes..so that I can explore the feelings with more depth and meaning. I am so very grateful. I even read her notes to some friends and they said, “Oh, she’s really good!”Anne – memoirist
What kind of editing are you ready for?
There are many stages to the editing process and it can be confusing to know which one you need. A Discovery Call will help you determine the stage of your project and what kind of editing will help you the most.
Are you sorting through your ideas?
The Developmental Editing process is about sorting through all the ideas you’ve thrown into your notes, your articles and blog posts, or even your draft, and turning them into something that feels like a single well-thought-out book.
Developmental editing is the best way to assure that your book will flow and make sense, and that your readers will be engaged.
Have you finished a manuscript?
When your manuscript feels finished and you want an objective and informed opinion, a Manuscript Review will give you a big picture overview of what’s working, what’s not working, and what needs to change.
When your manuscript is finished, a Line or Copy Edit will assure your syntax is clear, distinguish between colons, semi-colons, and commas, and assure consistency of names, capitalizations, and hyphens.
I provide both.
Decolonizing Wellness by Dalia Kinsey, published by Benbella/Random Houe
This Land is Your Land, published by Quincy Manor
We Need a Reckoning, published by Blue Cactus Press
The Little Book of Branding, by Ivelisse Morales
The Art of War for Creatives, by Charyn Harris
The New Right Stuff , by Loretta Hidalgo Whites
The Elemental Woman, by Tara Lee Clasen
Simplified SEFT Tapping, by Valerie Lis