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elizabethbuege.com, where she blogs writing tips and related topics to help authors grow in their craft. When she’s not editing books or grading research papers, she’s probably reading, writing, or enjoying the world around her. ...Read More
Jeni and her husband used to own and run a little bookstore. Part of the plan for the store was to give local and self-published authors (much less common in those early days of Kindle!) a venue for their work. In 2009, one of their self-pub authors asked if Jeni could look over her new manuscript and give her opinion about its marketability with the bookstore’s customers. The feedback was extensive, the author was impressed, and Jeni was hooked! ...Read More
is a developmental editor specializing in genre-fiction, including but
not limited to romance, mystery, sci-fi, fantasy, erotica, and YA. Carly
will help you find your voice and bring your vision to the reader. She
will be your book’s best friend.
She has worked in the publishing industry for 9 years, including at a
big 5 publishing house, a literary agency, and an indie publishing house
that helps self-publishing authors. Carly graduated Magna Cum Laude
with a B.A. in English. She is a member of the Editorial Freelancers
Association and Chicago Women in Publishing. Carly was a panelist at
Book Expo America 2016 and an editor for #RevPit and #P2P16. ...Read More
Katie McCoach is a developmental editor working with authors of all levels. Her motto is, “Let’s create your best story!” Her specialties are romance, young adult, new adult, sci-fi, fantasy, and memoir. She is an active member of Romance Writers of America, Contemporary Romance Writers, and Los Angeles Romance Writers. She’s a featured editor for Revise & Resub (#RevPit contest) and #ShoreIndie contest (2017). Katie was also a participating editor in Pitch to Publication (2015, 2016), and has judged the 2016 & 2015 Golden Hearts Awards and 2014 Stiletto Contest. She is based in Los Angeles. ...Read More
Kyra is a recurring character on the YA WordNerds vlog. She likes keeping busy whether she's reading, writing, baking, hiking, playing violin, or just goofing off with friends. Kyra loves adventure, even if it's a small adventure like roasting Starbursts over the open flame of her stove top. ...Read More
Julia holds Masters of Arts in Communication Studies, Creative Writing, and Publishing, and her years as a very hands-on and editorial literary agent have helped her develop an eye for detail as well as the skill to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a manuscript. She knows how to get your manuscript in shape without compromising your voice. ...Read More