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DEAR AUTHOR, IT'S TIME TO PUBLISH

Whether you're a first-time author embarking on your publishing journey or an experienced writer with a collection of published books, a professional book editor is an essential member of your publishing team.

Perhaps you've written the first draft of a YA fantasy, and you're not sure what steps to take next. Or you've written the next book in your cozy mystery series, and you're looking for a sharp eye to catch those final typos. 

Whether it's fantasy, closed-door romance, historical fiction, or space opera—I'm here to help. Through thoughtful editing suggestions and a keen eye for detail, I guide writers through the editing stages, ensuring their book is poised for publishing success.

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SARAH FRAPS

MEET YOUR EDITOR

From the moment my dad began reading The Hobbit to me as a child, I knew I wanted to work in the world of stories. For a while, that desire took me into the classroom where I taught writing to young children and read them some of the world's greatest living books. Then, it brought me into editing where, perhaps not surprisingly, I still do a lot of teaching. This time, though, it's through one-on-one work with writers.

I enjoy working with writers of all levels—debut and veteran writers alike. All I require is a willingness to embark on the journey. Together, we'll dive deep into your manuscript, working collaboratively to refine your narrative to create an immersive and engaging experience that will leave your readers hungry for more.

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Sarah 'got' my book in all the ways I could have hoped, and she saw it differently in ways that will be meaningful for my revision. She strikes the right balance between genuine, enthusiastic praise and constructive criticism, and  she makes me want to keep pushing my book forward but with a better sense of direction toward where that should be.

Robert

Creative nonfiction author

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