How to Format Your Book for Self-Publishing (part one)

Ah, you’ve arrived to it at last. The thrilling portion of self-publishing known as formatting. The delight of all writers, the zenith of our craft (or our patience *cough*). Okay, formatting is, like, the bane of self-publishing. Seriously. And it must be undertaken with a thorough knowledge of proper formatting. I am not going toContinue reading “How to Format Your Book for Self-Publishing (part one)”

Ready for Beta Readers!

YOU GUYS!!! I am almost ready to send Fate of a Prince out to beta readers. Except . . . I don’t have any beta readers. 😉 That’s where YOU come in. Fate is roughly 50k words. I am in the middle of a line edit, but once that is done, it will be readyContinue reading “Ready for Beta Readers!”

Tips to Edit on a Budget

Every book should have a professional editor – perhaps even more than one. But when you’re a new author or you write for a hobby, your budget is probably not accommodating to most editors’ costs. Though I would encourage you to search extensively to find somebody within your price range, you do have options forContinue reading “Tips to Edit on a Budget”

5 Things You NEED Before Publishing Your Book

Super excited to share this with you guys today, because these are five crucial points I learned from publishing my first book. Let’s get right into them. Each point is in chronological order. A GOOD EDITORYou probably already know this, but it always bears repeating: you cannot skimp on editing. But finding an editor isContinue reading “5 Things You NEED Before Publishing Your Book”

Editing Services Available NOW!

It’s been a long time coming, but I’m so excited to announce that I will be beginning to offer editing services at the end of THIS month. In the meantime, applications are open. Bear in mind, if you apply now, editing of your book will not beginning until the end of May. Take a lookContinue reading “Editing Services Available NOW!”

Unexpected Observations from Editing an Old Book

So I recently picked up an old writing project (about four years old) and started editing it. Mainly because I still like the story and I just wanted to see if it was worth salvaging (which has yet to be determined). However, in a very short time, I’ve made some interesting discoveries about myself, myContinue reading “Unexpected Observations from Editing an Old Book”


Guys . . . I can’t believe it . . . . . . but it’s happening. … … … I need beta readers for Promised Land. *cue internal screaming* Promised Land has been sitting on the shelf (inside the computer) completely finished (almost 🧐) for WWAAYY too long now. But I’m finally ready toContinue reading “Calling All BETA READERS!”

What to Know When You’re Searching for an Editor

Finishing my book Promised Land has taught me a lot about the editing process, and apparently, I didn’t know much about it beforehand. I’m excited to share these tips with you today! The editing process is so crucial for your story (and your future as a writer), but there are many dimensions to this processContinue reading “What to Know When You’re Searching for an Editor”

Important Editing Services Update/LIFE Update

So, I know I said I was going to start offering editing services for writers starting in January. Wanna know what I was doing in January instead? Cramming for Algebra. So, I’m terribly sorry. But in getting ready to go to college, I didn’t realize how much work was actually going to go into that.Continue reading “Important Editing Services Update/LIFE Update”

What Writing Taught Me About Editing

Check out my editing services today! So, a lot of my experience in editing comes from my own writing. Working alongside editors showed me the process, and watching my own work be transformed was a huge stepping stone for me to start editing for others. YOU’LL NEVER FINISH. That’s the sad truth of editing, especiallyContinue reading “What Writing Taught Me About Editing”