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Grammarwitch clients have a lot to say.
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- A. I look great in a pointy hat.
- B. The name flew into my head one day and stuck.
- C. I can work magic with words.
- D. All of the above.
Time’s up! The correct answer is D, “All of the above.” And how, you ask, do I do such Grammarwitchery? In my pointy hat, of course.
Magic tricks you can hire me for:
— Mick Sullivan
The Meatshower and The Past and The Curious podcast
— Dale Cramer
— John H. Clark IV
Founder, Old Stone Press
— Lisa Norman
Owner, Heart Ally Books
— Elizabeth Perry Spalding
21 Skye Design, Award Winning Graphic Design
Fact and fiction weave an unforgettable tale of the human realities of World War II.
I will always be grateful to Dale Cramer for trusting me with an early edit of his first novel - and every one he wrote after that.
Exquisite words and images showcase humans dedicated to preserving Kentucky’s past and protecting its future.
Traumatic Stress & Integrative Healing Consultant Paige Valdiserri's "Paigeisms" uplifted even her copy editor (me).
Editing brought clarity, consistency, and continuity to these books by Abby Kamen about empathy and intuition for a sustainable future.
Mick Sullivan's illustrated children's book was as much fun to edit as it is to read.
I created the index for this biography of William Marshall Bullitt by Mark Davis.
Line editing for George Wickey's rhyming, illustrated children's book was both challenging and fun!
Time-travel 100 years back into the mind and heart of a true American adventurer in turn-of-the-century Alaska.
Kenya Turner's illustrated children's book is a sweet story of childhood friendship, diversity, and strawberry cupcakes (recipe included!)
Crafted from myth and cautionary tale, wisdom and wit, Dale Cramer's eighth novel is the stuff of legend.
I worked with this amazing author on pre-submission line edit.
Mexico in the 1920s is not the peaceful life that Amish Caleb Bender expected in this continuation of The Daughters of Caleb Bender saga.
Based on the actual history of his Amish ancestors, Dale Cramer's saga of faith and family lays a bittersweet foundation for the events of Levi's Will.