Monday, October 26, 2015

Now Offering Editing / Freelance Coaching Services + Giveaway!


Anyone who has known me for years will tell you that I have this drive to help people. I'm not bragging here; I love people and want them to succeed at whatever challenges they're facing in life. Over the last year, I've been giving away query critiques as the Query Helper for this very reason. At the recommendation of some critique partners, I've decided to open up for further editing and coaching services! Head on over to my brand spanking new editing page to see the line up and pricing. For the time being, I'd like to only work on 2-3 authors and writers at once, so contact me as soon as possible to grab your slot!

To celebrate the new division of E.G. Moore Freelancing and Fiction, I'm giving away some goodies! Fill out the Rafflecopter below and come back to tweet daily to win one of the following prizes:

One of 3 Query Helper Critiques

A Post-NANO Rough Draft Critique and Skype Brainstorming Session

A $10 Amazon Gift Card

  
Winners will be announced Monday, November 23rd!
 
 

11 comments:

  1. My editing strength lies with characters - trying to make sure they aren't cliches, that they don't sound too similar, that they all have their own voice...

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    1. That's a great super power! Do you have a super secret checklist or questionaire that helps or do you develop characters organically?

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  2. Definitely grammar and punctuation! Although I'm guilty of Googling things now and again :)

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    1. Alison - Your strength is my weakness. You should have seen all the grammer notes my agent marked on the novel that she signed me with. Let's just say it encouraged me to learn, learn, learn. Much better now, but I have to think about it. :0) Thanks for the comment!

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  3. That post-nano rough draft critique is an amazing thing to offer. Very kind.

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    1. Thanks for your kind words. I figure it will be a fun way to put my own NANO project aside. Plus, I'm hoping whoever I help will highly recommend me. Best of luck in the giveaway!

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  4. I'd say editing for typos and grammar is my strength. It's best if I put my book aside for a few days and then come back to it with fresh eyes - I end up changing so many words!

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    1. They say something ridiculous like 80% of the first draft is rewritten. I believe you when you say you change so many words! But its great that you are great at editing out those typos and grammatical errors! Thanks for entering the contest!

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  5. Guys, Emily is really good at critiquing and editing AND she cares about her work and her clients. I totally recommend her!!! Good luck, Emily, on your editing career!!!

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  6. Guys, Emily is really good at critiquing and editing AND she cares about her work and her clients. I totally recommend her!!! Good luck, Emily, on your editing career!!!

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  7. My editing strength is grammar - I was a teacher for 30+ years - what can I say? What fab. giveaways!

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