If writing a book was easy, everyone would do it.
But you know better. You’ve done the work, written the drafts, revised and critiqued and stared at your computer screen until you can recite parts of your book from memory and your eyes are cross-eyed.
You’ve worked so incredibly hard, and you’ve taken your book as far as you can for now.
Or maybe . . .
Maybe you’re not that far along yet. You have an idea, characters in your head who won’t go away, and a dream of one day being a writer.
No matter where you are in your writing journey,
I can help you get your book ready for what comes next.
Close your eyes and picture it—not just any book, but your book.
Picture the cover, the way your name looks on the spine, how it feels in your hands.
Your book. Being pulled off the library shelf by an excited reader,
the one who got to your book before the other (now-disappointed) kid.
Your book. The one he’s reading in the car rider line, between classes, at lunch.
The one that made him gasp on one page and laugh out loud,
making the other kids look at him.
Your book. The one that she stayed up too late reading,
risking missing the bus the next morning, because she had to read one more chapter.
And another. And another.
Your readers are waiting.
Let’s get your book ready for them.
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