Monthly Archives: March 2020

I’m Open to New Editing Clients

Just wanted to let you all know that I will have a little extra time this summer in case you have a novel that needs editing. Here are some of my past clients and projects—over 100 titles going back to 2013 (with many new titles being shopped right now). For more information on rates and […]

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10% Off all Upcoming Classes

Save 10% on all LitReactor classes w/ code: WFH2020. Valid thru Friday. (I’ve never seen them offer a discount before. My Short Story Mechanics class is in April.)

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Mouths filled with words

Originally posted on Jonathan Cosgrove:
Stories are strange. So, my story Mouths Filled with Seawater will be published at the start of next month (not, as I thought, next week) and since it’s my first big publication I thought I’d write something about it. I reread the first draft just now and I honestly didn’t…

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