Erika Matthews is a homeschool graduate, wife, mom, author and editor. She edited one of my Christmas stories, and I was impressed. She was not only able to edit without changing my style of writing, but she was able to explain in an easy way that made sense, when to use some words. I would recommend Erika if you are looking for an editor. You can find out more about her and her prices by visiting her website here.
Kelsey Bryant is an editor, author, and homeschool graduate. It was very easy to work with her when she edited a short story for me. She didn’t try to change my writing style, but marked those little things that get overlooked, as well as adding a few notes or asking a question about something that she was confused on. She was happy to answer questions, and asked her own clarifying questions about something in the story. If you are looking for someone to edit your story, I would recommend Kelsey. You can find out more about her prices and such on her site here.
Rachelle Rea Cobb is an author, wife, and a freelance editor. She has edited many books for others that have been published, and edited a few pages of a short story for me. She offers suggestions for changing things to improve the writing, finds those missing commas you forgot to look for and mentions when she really likes something. She offers two different editing services: Line editing and Content editing. For more information about the difference between those, to find out her reasonable prices, or just learn more about Rachelle, visit her website here.