Here’s what past clients are saying about Editing Genie:

Margaret Ann Jessop, PsyD
Margaret Ann Jessop, PsyD is a clinical psychologist and author of “Hornets & Hippos: How to Use Imagination, Mindfulness, and Brain Science to Decrease Fear and Anger and Reach Your Goals.”

I have been so pleased with the changes made in my book through the work of Editing Genie. Editing Genie not only understood the aim of my book and helped keep all the content of my book intact, she also added much more clarity and continuity. I received my work when requested, and the overall experience was very professional. I only wish I had used the services sooner. My book is much more appealing and marketable with Editing Genie’s expertise.

— Margaret Ann Jessop, PsyD

April Pulley Sayre is a Kirkus starred author and illustrator, and the award-winning author of more than fifty natural history books for young readers.

When I am experimenting in new genres for me, such as novels, I look for a pro to help me build a ladder and help me climb. That’s Editing Genie.

Writing a novel can be hugely inefficient unless you have the right guide to keep you on track. That’s Editing Genie. When I weary of trying to see how to make my work better, she’s right there with excellent feedback that gives me a roadmap for where and how to improve my plot and characters.

Suffering on your own, letting roadblocks stop you, is common in writing. But it’s unnecessary and inefficient. I wish more people had her services so their beautiful stories would not be stuck in their desk drawers. It’s worth investing a bit in sharing your work with the world.

— April Pulley Sayre

Jeremy D. Bonfiglio is an award-winning journalist and author of “A Notre Dame Man: The Mike DeCicco Story.”

Editing Genie was instrumental in the success of my book for a small regional press, providing me with both a thorough edit of grammar and style, as well as story structure.

Suggestions were spot on and helped me in turning in the best copy possible to the publisher. Worth every penny.

— Jeremy D. Bonfiglio