What Comes After “THE END”?By Jami Gray & Amber Kallyn, Editors for Wicked Dragon Writing Solutions
You’ve finally typed the two most important words: “THE END”, but your precious treasure of words needs one final polish before you usher it out on to the cruel world. During your writing journey you’ve discovered editors abound. So have we. Not because of our crystal balls, but because Amber and I have traversed the same paths, trying to find the magical editing fit for our written treasures.
Between the two of us, we have garnered thirteen years of continuous editing and writing experience in various genres. Enough so, when given an opportunity we decided to open our editing doors to our friends in the writing community, and, Wicked Dragon Writer Solutions was born.
Each written gem is a unique collection of voice, plot, and characters. The right editor will not only be experienced and educated, but will understand each story contains facets of creations unique to their genre. As with any master craftsman, an editor will devour written gems by the armful, regardless of genre. No one goes after a treasure without a map, and editors will arm themselves with industry knowledge to ensure a successful epic quest.
We know how vital editors are to Creators of the Written Word, and what’s better than one editor? How about two editors putting their eyes to the jewelers loop to examine your precious treasure, and you’ll only be out the gold for the price of one. Think of it as an Editorial BOGO (buy-one-get-one-free).
Feel free to come on over and check us over at Wicked Dragon Writer Solutions (http://www.wickeddragonsolutions.com)!
In celebration of our grand opening, if you book your adventured during the month of April, we are offering 10% off your hoard of gold, just note code: WDWSOPEN when booking your spot!
If you’re anxious to start your epic journey, feel free to reach out to mailto:email@example.com and we’ll get you set for your editing adventure.
3 thoughts on “What Comes After “THE END”? guest post by Jami Gray & Amber Kallyn”
Thank you, Barbara for letting us sneak in and steal your readers for a bit this morning. Even more thanks for the luck, you can never have too much. =0)
Hi Barbara, thank you for having us over and for the good wishes!
Hi Jami and Amber,
Good luck on your new venture and with your writing careers