No one wants to turn in a mediocre manuscript. But when we’re facing multiple deadlines and juggling other responsibilities, we need to figure out how to quickly revise our rough draft so that we can turn in a stellar final draft. But how?
Sometimes it helps to have an outside editor take a look at your work and give you feedback. Whether you’re looking for support on an article, dissertation, book proposal, or book—we can help.
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Have you finished your book but ask, “Is it ready?” or “Will it sell?” Don’t wonder any more. As an experienced publishing professional, I will read your work and evaluate:
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Harold W. Eppley has authored eight commercially published books including the comedic novel Ash Wednesday. He has also compiled and edited numerous other books and resources. His fiction and creative nonfiction has appeared in over 30 different nationally distributed publications including Highlights for Children, The Lutheran, Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul IV and Christmas, volume 65. A magna cum laude graduate of Saint Olaf College, he has a master’s degree from Wartburg Theological Seminary and 22 years experience as a spiritual leader. He is an engaging public speaker, a creative thinker, a thoughtful reader, and an excellent listener.
Write Now! Coach Rochelle Melander is an author, editor, and professional coach with more than 20 years of publishing experience. She is the author of ten commercially published books, hundreds of articles, and many educational resources, including Write-A-Thon: Write Your Book in 26 Days (And Live to Tell About It) and the award-winning book, A Generous Presence: Spiritual Leadership and the Art of Coaching. She has been the editor of the periodical The Word in Season since 2000 and has also worked for a number of major publishing houses as a freelance book editor. Rochelle has been editing for private clients since 1995.