Once there was a disabled woman who was determined to survive. Her name was Jennifer and she couldn’t work in the traditional sense, but she found a way. After some trial and error, she discovered that editing and proofreading books and coaching writers comprised her strong suit.
By way of what some call a chance meeting and what others call divine intervention, she found her first client.
That author was so impressed with the editor’s work that she still sends referrals to this day. Almost all of Jennifer’s clients do, in fact, and that is what led to the problem—though it is a great problem to have.
What is this problem? It is being booked solid and having to turn down clients, or put them on a waiting list, and having to decide which people and books are most worthy of her help.
This woman who had 32 “no” answers (and one “yes” answer) the day she started her editing business now has two to five inquiries a day, with referrals coming from all over the United States, and some from the UK and Australia as well.
Whereas Jennifer used to seek out clients, clients seek her out now. She has to screen applicants because so many want her help—because she is that good. If you’d like to be a part of this success, and you think that you and your book are worthy of excellent editing services, apply to become one of the winners now.
Find an editor
Find an editor or writing coach to get help with your book. Choose from the editors at Harshman Services, or from among Jennifer’s network—which she is happy to share with you. The purpose of Harshman Services is to get a larger number of helpful books out into the world, and if that means helping you find another editor, that’s fine! Whether you need developmental editing, copy editing, proofreading, or help getting your book onto Amazon, you can find that help here. Just fill out the form, and Jennifer will get back to you.