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Do you have a notebook full of story ideas, but you’re not sure how to turn it into an outline?

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Do you have a rough draft, but you know your story could be stronger?

Do you have a diverse story, and would love some direction from an expert reader?

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Our editors and expert readers would love to help you get rolling. We’re writers too, and we’ve been there. We know what it’s like to have self-doubt, and how important it is to gain and maintain momentum. We’re familiar with the kinds of questions we have when thinking about including diverse characters and cultures in our stories. We have editors who are strong in blurbs, story development, and authenticity reading.

We know that sometimes all you need is a kind voice telling you, “You got this.”

Come fill out our consultation form and tell us about your struggles and your hopes. As soon as you do, we’ll start working to match you to an editor that can help you take your story to the next level.

We can change the world through story! Let’s make your story happen.


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