Welcome Storytellers!

You had me at hello. Or was it, twas a dark and stormy night? However you start your story, it’s my goal to help you achieve your final vision. The key word there—your. Your story, your voice, your words. I’m not here to force you into a mold, or to replace your voice with mine. I’m here to provide that last boost to help you achieve your dreams. Think of it like a partnership—and the key to any successful partnership is good communication. I’ll be open and honest with you, and will make suggestions. I ask to you communicate any concerns you have to me.

But let’s get to the information you really need to know.

I’m Ellie and I’m here with my Canine Critique Team to support you on your writing journey in the best way I know how—using the skills I’ve gained over the years as a writer, beta reader, and critique partner with various authors on their paths to publication (not to mention the things I’ve learned by performing research and joining the editing community at large).

I provide a variety of services for folks writing fiction. Services are listed in the services tab and there are a lot of them. If you can’t find something that suits you or you want to create a personalized package, please reach out through the contact page.

SOME FAQS

WILL YOU PROVIDE A SAMPLE EDIT?

I will provide sample edits for larger edits upon request (depending on the length of your book, the first 5,000 to 10,000 words.

HOW DOES PAYMENT WORK?

Payment is due upfront for services under $300. For services exceeding $300, half is due upfront upon signing the contract and the other half is due upon receipt of your critiqued or edited materials from Storyteller Editorial L.L.C. Payment Plans can be arranged on a case by case basis

HOW QUICKLY CAN I EXPECT TO RECEIVE MY EDITS?

Estimated turnaround times are noted in the description of each service. The actual turnaround time for your material will be provided at the time of booking.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMERS

Sadly, I cannot guarantee that working with me will help you get an agent, editor, book deal, or any other iteration of bookish success, other than—I hope—your own satisfaction with how your book has grown.

I also reserve the right to decline to work with authors. Unfortunately, there is some content I just can’t work with, and all that means is that we may not be the best fit.