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Check out my library of resources for authors, writers, readers, bloggers, fellow editors and proofreaders.

I want to improve my writing

I’ve written some posts about spelling, grammar and punctuation you can check out. You’ll find free tips, helpful reminders and useful recommendations in these posts.

When you’re ready for a professional to look at your manuscript, there are a couple of places I recommend to start your search:

Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading

The Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading (CIEP), formerly the Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP), is a UK non-profit body promoting excellence in English language editing. Setting and demonstrating high editorial standards, the website contains guides, resources and a directory of more than 700 editors and proofreaders.

Oh, and of course there’s me.

Well of course, if you’re seeking a fiction editor, why not start with little old me? I’d love to help you with your book, and if I’m not the right person for you, I’m glad to point you in the direction of others who may be!


I’m ready to put my novel out there

You’ve written your novel, had it edited and now it’s time to get it published. I’ve written some posts about this scary stage of the process covering lots of topics and included some helpful tips, reminders and even some recommendations.

Of course, I’m not an expert in every aspect of the publishing world. Thankfully, there are lots of blogs and websites out there that can help answer your questions too but the one place I find myself recommending the most is:

David Gaughran

David is a successful author himself and a marketing guru. His website, newsletters and blog is a treasure trove of information, how-tos and recommendations. David shares his experience willingly and you can be confident that every suggestion, product or method has been thoroughly tested.