Great Start Sale!

Start your 2017 off right! From now until January 7th, 2017, you can save $50 by booking ten hours of Virtual Assistant services for only $100, instead of the normal $150! Book now and use your ten hours whenever you’d like. Or, if you don’t need full...
You’ve got style, man!

You’ve got style, man!

Over the last several years as I’ve been a continuity editor for authors, I’ve created several Style Sheets for authors. Normally, I get the book about the Beta Reader stage, ask the author a few questions (You’ve got three different spellings of...

Guest Interview

For those who have made their social media home Google Plus, there are some really great places for geeks to hang out. One of the premier spots is Charlie Hoover’s Geek Question of the Day. Recently, Hoover expanded the Daily Question into a podcast format. You...
Life Continuity

Life Continuity

No one will be truly shocked to hear me make a blanket statement like, “Life likes to throw curveballs.” We’ve all experienced it to some degree or another. But what are we supposed to do when our carefully laid plans run amok? Make lemonade? For the...

A Fairy Promise by C.J. Brightley

A Fairy Promise is the second in the Fairy King series by C.J. Brightley. A Fairy King ended with Cadeyrn trying to protect Hannah as a threat came toward his palace. In this second installment, we explore the political environment of the fairies and what, exactly,...

Curiosity

One of the best parts of editing is coming across a reference that I’m not familiar with. I can get lost in a Google research hole for hours. Editing helps me continually learn new things. Adriel Wiggins Continuity Editor & Virtual Assistant Hello! I’m...

Not American. And better for it.

The thing I love most about editing books for authors that aren’t American and aren’t writing about American culture is how much I learn. I learn new phrases. I learn new words. I learn new meanings to words I already knew. I learn about different people...

Prepping for NaNoWriMo

I know several thousand authors prepping for National Novel Writing Month (November) right now. For some, it’s their very first novel, and they’ve challenged themselves to learn the discipline of sitting down and writing every day. For others, it’s a...

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