Darcy Conroy

Ann gained my confidence with a simple technique. She cared. Deeply. I don’t mean she cared about me (though she did, and I now consider her a friend), I mean that she cared about the outcome of her work on my manuscript.

 
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Tommy Cotton

The whole time she was as much a coach as an editor. She guided and helped me beyond what I’d expect. Her knowledge of writing and the industry was outstanding and so helpful for a new author.

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Margareta Olsson

Lu was fantastic in really getting under the skin of the characters in the story I gave her to read. Her questions about the characters forced me to think about their motivations in a way that was novel to me. I will be forever grateful to her for the insights she provided.

 
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Ana Spoke

Despite being the single highest cost of self-publishing so far, the copy edit will be the one expense I will never regret.

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Yannick Thoraval

Ann understood my story and helped me to see the ways in which my writing was letting it down. It was a painful process sometimes, but I’ll be back for more.

 
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Alex Fenton

While I felt the structure and plots were reasonably sound, I needed a fresh eye to give the work a serious copy edit. I was into draft seven and had lost the ability to see the work objectively.

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