Other Editors I Know and Recommend
What if you need an editor but I'm not your best choice?
Here's a list of people I know, have worked with, and recommend. Proofreaders, editors, writers, and translators.
Don't ask to be included on this list. If I don't know you personally, and know you well, it ain't gonna happen.
- Derek Lewis
Ghostwriter of business books that can change someone's life, not just "21st-century business cards." This is how you get your business book out of your head and onto paper.
- DTS Translation Services
DTS was originally Duke Translation Services, created in 1972 as the in-house translation arm for Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. DTS was privately acquired in 1985, and has continued to build on its reputation for high service standards.
- Emily Crookston, The Pocket PhD
Emily's a badass professional copywriter who will create the copy you need to tell the unique story of you and your brand, regardless of whether or not you tell her I said she's badass.
- Erin Donley
Nonfiction Book Ghostwriter. Author of "Don't Tell Me To Calm Down." Get that book out of your head and onto paper. Erin will strip away the jargon, refine your ideas, and find the words that prompt a reader to take action. She specializes in book that have a 25,000-35,000 word count.
- Jennifer Holmes
Medical editing services and medical writing services. She's so much more qualified than I am that I referred my next-door neighbor to her.
- Malone Editorial Services
Developmental editing for fiction and nonfiction.
- Pat Fontana
Writing and editing for your business. And if the word "editing" makes her sound like a competitor, it's because she is. But not really. Because, as I mentioned before, my only competitor is an unedited document.
Updated February 9, 2020
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