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Mere Words or Full Potential?

The difference is working with an editor who cares as much as you.

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The Forest & The Trees

Professional editing is more than grammar patrol.

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Cautionary Tales

Grammarwitch clients have a lot to say.

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Recent Posts

August 3, 2021
Destiny at Dolphin Bay

Heart Ally Books author and Grammarwitch client Diana Delacruz launches the first book of her Desert Island Diaries series. God always has a purpose. We always have a choice. In this compelling Genesis Award finalist, fifteen-year-old Melissa Travis finds herself floundering into uncharted waters when she is exiled from her Christian high school. Dreading a […]

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July 14, 2021
5 Reasons Why Authors Need a Website

Indie publisher, website designer, and instructor at Lawson Writers' Academy, Lisa Norman of Heart Ally Books has solid marketing advice for authors. We've all heard that writers need a website, but why? In the July 12 column on WritersInTheStormBlog.com, Lisa Norman tells you exactly why a website is crucial to your success as a writer, […]

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April 15, 2021
Award-winning memoir

When one of your clients is recognized for their work, it's almost like one of your children receiving the honors. So imagine how great it felt when I learned that Grammarwitch client Anne Uglum's debut memoir, Graffiti Messages from God: Life Lessons on the Camino de Santiago, received not one, but three honors: 2020 IndieReader Winner (Best Inspirational/Spiritual) […]

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Testimonials

We worked together on my picture book The Meatshower and it was an absolute pleasure the entire time. I deeply appreciated her dedication to keeping the spirit of my writing intact while helping me to refine and clean my manuscript. She was responsive, encouraging, and took an honest interest making my work as good as it could be. I look forward to working with her again. (www.thepastandthecurious.com)

Mick Sullivan
The Meatshower and The Past and The Curious podcast

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