I mean, sure, I love reading them. But I also love the process of helping bring them to life: guiding an author through development, advising on structure or characterization, even straightening out little details such as whether to use “farther” or “further.” (It’s “farther” for physical distance, “further” for everything else. You’re welcome.)
That’s why, when Susan Lindsey decided to retire as owner of Savvy Communication, I was delighted by the opportunity to take the helm. I freelanced for Savvy for years, so I know the stellar standards Susan built and maintained, not only in regard to editing itself but in regard to professionalism, responsiveness, and collaboration. I’m honored to continue that tradition as the new owner of Savvy. I’m also glad to say I’ll be continuing with my work as a personal historian, helping people preserve their life stories; that service, First Edition Memoirs, will now be under the Savvy umbrella.
Whether you’ve worked with Savvy in the past or are considering it now for the first time, reach out to me. I’d be pleased to talk with you anytime about how our team can help you make your project the very best it can be.
Writer’s Digest sometimes features information about up-and-coming literary agents. Recently, they highlighted twenty in one go! If you’re starting on the path to publication and are unsure about next steps, this could be a good place to start. https://www.writersdigest.com/publishing-insights/20-literary-agents-actively-seeking-writers-and-their-writing?fbclid=IwAR3tiMxWxwBV8vOZKh0tuTOlt0TSkIFwgN_7SBRnSAzHlc-_J26Ulysml8Y