Below is a list of graphic artist in alphabetical order.  There are no recommendations from us, but we do encourage their cliental to share their thoughts about them.  We do encourage each person to check their website out and reviews that may exist on-line.  Remember, an editor is different then a proof reader.  Some editors will also perform the proof reading function.


Allow a Master of Words to enhance the content and appeal of your fiction lit with superior-quality editing. Let's work together and create masterpieces!

  Being involved with literature provides the opportunity to read, craft, and share engaging stories—storytelling with an impact. As a dynamic editor, I strive to make your writing more fluid and easier to read. Captivate, enlighten, and entertain your audience with ASH THE EDITOR's magikal touch.

Austin Texas
The Authors' Assistant offers an established framework that connects writers with their readership. With two decades of expertise in manuscript preparation, book production, and public relations, The Authors' Assistant guides writers through the publishing process from idea to launch.
AuthorSpark works one-on-one with fiction and nonfiction authors. Our editing includes instructional notes that help authors master valuable writing techniques. This kind of edit is for writers who want to excel.
Pocahontas Arkansas
Do you want your novel to be the best it can be before you publish it? I help authors like you Make Your Stories Shine! When you choose me as your editor you’ll get documents returned to you in a timely manner that have been edited with precision.
I am an editor and proofreader with experience editing both fiction and nonfiction manuscripts. I provide developmental editing, copy editing, and proofreading services.
I am an editor with more than 30 years of writing and editing experience. I do developmental editing, as well as copyediting. Specialties include mysteries, sci fi, fantasy, YA, and multicultural lit.

Let’s face it, writing is hard!

Editing doesn’t have to be.

Whether you’re a newbie working on your first manuscript, or you have multiple books out, I can help your book be the strong, fabulous read it’s supposed to be. I work with authors at any stage of their career, whether seeking tradition or indie publishing.

I specialize in developmental/substantive editing, as well as content and line edits. I’m very thorough and detail oriented, a self-proscribed nitpicker, but it’s only with your book and your best interests at heart! I also specialize in Romance of all heat levels (and subgenres), from sweet to sizzling, but am skilled at a wide range of fiction genres, from Commercial, Memoirs, YA and NA, to Horror and Mystery.

We provide constructive, quality editing and proofreading services at affordable prices. We offer both developmental/content editing and line editing/proofreading. Rates start at $1.50 per page.

My name is Erin Beth Liles, and I am the owner/editor of In a Perfect Word Editing.

I enjoy books and movies, and I’m a strong believer in having office pets around to inspire a great working environment–or at least a cute one. I read constantly. I don’t really care what genre, although I’m partial to YA–just give me a great story!  But I love an interesting nonfiction book too.

Kenney Creative provides you with: 1. Effective writing, an engaging style & compelling content that creates a long-lasting impression; 2. A vast, quality experience, expertise & a passion for creating content that brings readers back for more; 3. Editing that enhances, corrects, sharpens, & focuses on meeting your needs; 4. Services that are on time & on target, striving to make every project a cut above the rest. 5. Speaking that is interactive, witty, ignites curiosity & provides listeners with information that can immediately be put into action. My writing stands out because it is fresh, innovative prose that meets the needs of readers. I have an eye for detail and a keen understanding of market trends. I create intelligent, engaging material that leaps off the page and makes readers want for more. I work on fiction, nonfiction, business, scripts, children’s projects, and curriculum. I deliver excellent writing, editorial work, project development, innovative solutions, and top management skills. I support and train others to help them reach their full potential. I am a hard, honest worker who sets the bar higher than most.
I edit as well as being a writer.
My goal as an editor is to make your work sound exactly like you—only better. I specialize in working with self-publishing authors, and I enjoy reading material suitable for Christians.
Content and copy editing at reasonable rates. Over 10 years experience. Member of Christian PEN, Proofreaders and Editors Network.
Many writers piecemeal editing books, which leaves crucial steps missing in a novel’s or non-fiction book’s development. The most successful method for bringing a manuscript to publication is to provide all of a book’s editing in ONE comprehensive package.
I will edit and/or proofread manuscripts to help authors get their work published. Low rates, but high quality results. No erotic or violent manuscripts, please.
Susan Reynolds has authored, co-authored, book doctored, or edited 45+ nonfiction and fiction books. Her books include "Fire Up Your Writing Brain,” and “Train Your Brain to Get Happy.” She created and edited Adams Media's My Hero series (Teacher, Mom, Dad, Dog), and "Woodstock Revisited." She is currently writing a novel that takes place in Paris. She provides a full range of editing services, as well as author coaching.

While my bread and butter is editorial work, my wide range of experience with several Chicago and Boston area publishing houses puts me in the unique position of being able to offer guidance on the entire publishing process, from the first draft all the way to the bookstore shelf.

I have an MA in book publishing from Emerson College, and a BA in creative writing from Northwestern University. I'm a Texas native currently living in East Austin with my two fur babies, Barney and Hank.

The publishing industry can be a tricky place to navigate. After working as a literary agent and an acquisitions editor, I know what publishers are looking for. Let me help you put the best pitch package together!