Words are Powerless
--if mistakes mar their message. Let's work together to make your words beautifully clear.
A little about what I do as I sit at my computer all day.
Tips, tricks, and other ways I'm writing myself out of a job
We’re living in a world of words, where the simplest misspelling or sloppy paragraph can send us hurtling into the depths. Whether you’re a student, a writer, an entrepenuer, or just an everyday citizen of this modern world, you have a message you want to share with the world–but words are powerless if they aren’t understood.
That’s where I come in.
I’ve been an editor for five years, proof-reading and perfecting full-length novels, devotionals, web articles, scholarship, essays, and research papers. And now I’d like to share that expertise with you. We’ll work together to grow, improve, and better your writing so that it can be heard in this noisy world.
Do you have a message or story you want to be perfect, precise, and powerful? Then contact me, and let’s start creating something beautiful together
I’m an author, adventurer, and professional editor at 21, seeking to see the reminder and reflection of Christ’s glorious Gospel in all of life.
And yes, I am related to Laura Ingalls Wilder. (This blog narrowly escaped being named Little Editor on the Prairie.)
I’ve edited full-length novels, non-fiction books, devotionals, and even a film script or two.
My (less) professional skills include singing Broadway soundtracks loudly (not well, but loudly) around the house, happily hiking mountains (not well, but happily) and determinedly pretending that I have skills with watercolors (not well, but determinedly.)
I am a redhead after all, and passion and persistence characterize all that I do.