One of an editor’s jobs is cultivating in authors the habit of planning ahead. It makes sense: to get the most out of my services, you have to have the time to engage them in the first place. But budgeting time and funds are strengths not necessarily associated with the scholarly lifestyle.
That’s why I’m issuing this friendly professional reminder.
If you want to work with me to move your manuscript from draft to publishable scholarship, let me know in advance.
Put another way, if you want to transform winter into a productive, verdant season for your writing, drop me a line. I have some availabilities in January and beyond. If you’re quick about it, I might be able to sneak you in before the new year (or at least get a start on your project, if it’s a lengthy one).
How do you know whether we’d make a good professional team?
The clients who make the most of my services have clear research trajectories and real passion for making a difference in the academy and beyond. It’s only fitting, then, that I edit with your broader scholarly career in mind. And I’m delighted to entertain your questions while you’re investigating your options. Again, just drop me a line to get a conversation going.
Wishing you the best that winter has to offer,