Take the Next Step Toward Publication!
Submit a sample of your manuscript for a free sample edit.
Save valuable time
Deliver a great reading experience
Publish with confidence
Easy Reading Is Damn Hard Writing!
You have written the words, and you want to get published.
You’re talented and you work hard, but you just can’t get to that next step.
You’re tired of trying to do it all on your own.
Most of all, you want to get your words out into the world.
Current readers demand high-quality materials
Deliver the best version of your words to the world.
Feel more confident and enhance your reputation as an author.
Create a great reading experience for the reader.
Save yourself valuable time.
I’m Stephanie, an Editor near Atlanta.
At White Rabbit Editing, I know you want to be a successful author. In order to do that, you need a high-quality publication. The problem is you have an unpolished, error-laden copy, which makes you feel vulnerable and embarrassed. I believe that all readers should have a great reading experience. Mistakes can interrupt the flow of reading, which is why I became a professional editor.
- Specialized Certificate in Copyediting — University of California, San Diego Division of Extended Studies
- Copyediting Fiction course — Editorial Freelancers Association
- Member of Romance Writers of America
- Magna Cum Laude — University of Georgia
- Ten years of research paper writing and editing
- Avid reader with strong knowledge of many fiction and nonfiction genres
How It Works
Step #1: See if we are a good fit
I will perform a sample edit of your manuscript and present an estimate for services.
Step #2: Submit your work
I will copyedit or proofread your work to ensure the final copy is in top shape.
Step #3: Publish with confidence
I will return your fully edited manuscript along with a personalized style sheet (with copyediting service) you can use for future projects.
"She was direct without being judgmental. Her eye for overwriting and POV head-jumping was keen, and she was equally good at highlighting grammar inconsistencies. In the world of the grammar police, she would be the good cop."
Tom Diggs (White Knuckles)