Are you writing your military or personal stories and need a fresh set of eyes on your project? A developmental editor might be just what you need!
One of the areas I shine in is seeing what’s missing from your stories. I ask the hard questions about the story, offer suggestions on what’s missing and what is unclear. I have a gift of seeing what others cannot and reading between the lines or seeing through the layers of records, research, stories, and the spiritual. Sometimes in these writing projects, your ancestors come through with messages and suggestions.
If you are ready to quantum leap your writing project, I have openings for new writing clients. Explore all the ways a writing coach and developmental editor can help you on my Writing Coach Services page. If you have questions, reach out to me at email@example.com and let’s set up a short phone consultation to see if we are a fit to work together.
What people are saying….
If you are involved at all with trying to follow and understand your family’s journey related to loved ones who served in the military, I highly recommend working with Jennifer. Jennifer is passionate about helping people with their journey–whether is it doing research, trying to understand the impact on the family, or putting thoughts and findings to pen and paper. All of the webinars I have participated in have been fun, interesting, and useful.
For over 20 years I have been trying to learn about my uncle who was MIA in Europe during WWII. At first, I thought my quest was to learn all the facts and details about where he was, what he did, and what happened to him. What I have started doing along the way–and why I appreciate Jennifer so much–is delving into the equally compelling and more important story about the impact of my uncle’s loss on the family. In many cases, I knew things from my own memories and previous conversations with relatives that I had not connected to the war. After going through a Master Class with Jennifer based on the book Reconciliation with War, I was able to connect the dots and get a much better picture of what the collective family had been going through. Jennifer is now helping me edit the draft of a book about my uncle’s story and the impact on the family. I greatly appreciate her insight and expertise.
Besides being knowledgeable, Jennifer is friendly, warm, and genuine. I enjoy working with her and now consider her a good friend.
Can I Help With Your Research & Writing Projects
If you need help with your WWI – Vietnam research projects or writing projects, I am taking new clients. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a phone call to discuss your projects and what’s possible.
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