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Writers everywhere struggle to keep their readers hooked. But with 90% of manuscripts receiving rejection letters, it's time to rethink the traditional editing process.

You've poured your heart and soul into your manuscript. The last thing you need is to be stuck in a never-ending cycle of revisions, feeling overwhelmed and uncertain about your story's development.

That's where I come in. Unlike other editors, I don't just mark up your manuscript and leave you to figure out the rest. I'll be your Samwise Gamgee, guiding you through an immersive, hands-on editing adventure that will empower you to master storytelling and reader engagement.

Together, we'll clarify your vision, refine your story, and unlock its full potential - leaving you with the skills and confidence to tackle your next project solo.

Let's embark on your story adventure and make your novel shine! 

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As a Writing Coach coach, I've earned a spot on the Coach Foundation, one of the biggest names in the coaching industry.

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"The best part of the collaborative relationship was the feeling that I was talking to a friend."


Fallon gave me critical feedback and was always available for me to bounce ideas or thoughts off of. Her expertise and encouragement were instrumental in producing a fully proofread and print-ready product."

Catherine Tiffner, author

Reach your readers

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Point of View

Immerse your reader.


Know who narrates your story, how much they know about it, and how much they're willing to share.

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Surprise your reader.

Know your supporting side stories, then twist them to keep the pages turning while filling any holes.

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Engage your reader.

Know how your story starts and ends and how your characters move and change within it.



Invest your reader.


Know the intended speed of your story to avoid action-scene whiplash or  putting your reader to sleep.

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Enlighten your reader.

Know what you want your reader to get from your story and how to lead them to it.

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Hooks & Hangers

Interest your reader.

Know how to keep your reader glued to the page by leaving them with questions they need to answer, 

Reach out to discuss your story

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