When I launched my editing business, I had you in mind: writers from all walks of life, in all stages of the creative process. I was determined to use my skills to help writers better understand the craft and commerce of storytelling.

Now, in addition to my querying and self-published clients, I have worked with traditional authors and publishers such as Macmillan, Penguin Random House,  St. Martin’s, DK, and HMH. I am a freelance editor for the Atlanta Writers Conference and teach workshops for their writing club. My debut novel, Free Falling, was a Georgia Romance Writers’ Maggie Award finalist, and my first work of nonfiction, Everyday Economics, was released by Wellfleet Press earlier this year. 

What does all of that mean for you? It means I’ve been where you’ve been. In fact, I’m still there. I’m currently writing the second novel in my romantic-fiction series, outlining a rom-com, and querying my first young adult manuscript.

The publishing journey is quite a ride, and I have the same anxieties and questions about writing, publishing, and marketing that you have. But I’ve learned a lot over the years, and I plan on using what I’ve learned to help you reach your publishing goals. To learn more about my editing services, please visit me at The Writer’s Station.

Now that you’ve learned a bit about me, please drop me a line and tell me where you are in your writer’s journey. I’d love to hear from you!