Book Coaches & Editors
If you're looking for guidance on your book as you write it, a book coach and/or editor is the perfect solution.
These professionals help in a number of ways.
Book coaches and developmental editors guide writers to:
Achieve better flow in their fiction stories
Gain more clarity in the outline of their nonfiction books
Make sure they know which genre or topic their book falls into
Get unstuck from the "icky middle"
Make book characters more vivid and real
Create settings that are exactly as they imagine them in their minds
Below is a listing of book coaches and editors that will help you on your journey as an author.
Janine Hernandez: http://www.bookpublishingacademy.org/
Donna Knutson: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donna-knutson-41347310/
Martha W. Murphy: https://marthawmurphy.com/
Rachel Oestreich: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-oestreich-670435113/
Juanita Violini, https://mysteryfactory.com/
Sarah Williams: https://lingleyservices.com/
Peter Biadasz, Total Publishing and Media, writing, publishing, and marketing services for authors: https://totalpublishingandmedia.com/
Joy Hoppenot, book editor and creativity coach: https://joyhoppenot.com/
Martha W. Murphy, editing and marketing for authors: https://marthawmurphy.com/
Sarah Williams, copyediting for authors: https://lingleyservices.com/
This list is always evolving so please check back soon.
(Note: It's always a good idea to ask for references before working with any service provider.)