Mission Statement


If you’re looking for an editor, you’ve come to the right place.

Words have power, and you want to make sure yours are the strongest they can possibly be. Maybe you’ve finished a first draft, or maybe you’ve finished your fiftieth. Maybe someone told you that you still had more work to do, or maybe someone said you were done—but you don’t quite believe them. No matter what your situation is, I’m here to help you reach your writing goals.

A good editor is more than just a spelling and grammar checker. They will support the story you want to tell even as they point out your writing weaknesses. They will help you navigate your thought processes and discover your intention behind your writing. They will celebrate the work you’ve already done, and they’ll push you to do even better. They are deeply invested in your work—and thus deeply invested in their own. In short, a good editor can help elevate your writing to new heights.

I want to be that editor for you.

Speaking as someone who strives to be a supportive editor, I believe in transparency in regards to some of my core beliefs. As both an individual and as a business, I wholeheartedly support both the LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities, and I believe that Black Lives Matter. These are not political issues; they are human rights. I also emphatically denounce white supremacist views and all forms of racism. Additionally, I refuse to participate in furthering fatphobia, mocking neurodivergent individuals, or insulting those with disabilities or mental health struggles. As such, I reserve the right to refuse to edit works that further racist agendas or that seek to ridicule or harm marginalized groups.

“A good novel editor is invisible.”

Terri Windling