Disclaimer: Use of services from Mountain Rose Editing in no way guarantees publication or future income on any projects. As we are all only human, perfection is neither guaranteed nor expected.

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What does an editor do?

In every writer's journey, they must decide how much help they need from different eyes. That's where an editor comes in. 

These days, nearly anyone can publish anything themselves. It's important to distinguish your writing as more "professional," especially if you plan to self-publish. 

What an editor can do for you is take your original ideas and help to polish them into something the rest of the world can recognize for the beauty you see within your imagination. Sometimes, it's as simple as checking your spelling. Other times, it's more complex, like asking for help with story development. 

Let's face it, we all get writer's block!

We never want to send our work out into the world as anything less than our best. An editor is one of the essential additions to your writing plan, and I'm here to help.

Why choose me?

I have a Bachelor of Science in English Education from Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota. I have worked as a freelance writer for The Mighty and as a proofreader and editor for award-winning author A.W. Baldwin among many others. I spent four years as the copy-editor for the Adrenal Diseases Support Group on Facebook: the largest medically focused support group for patients with adrenal insufficiency.

I have published several books of my own, one of which has received 5 stars from Readers Favorite.

I promise to work closely with you throughout the process to be confident that my work stays true to your original intent. I am fast, friendly, and supportive while maintaining high standards for both your writing and my editing. 

I will edit the first chapter of your first manuscript for free, so if you don't like what you see, you don't have to pay for the whole book. It's my way to guarantee that I will give you my best!

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