We help at any stage of your writing journey.
No matter where you are in your fiction or nonfiction project, we get you moving in the right direction.
You have a great idea for a fiction or nonfiction book.
Get started with confidence.
You have written one or more drafts.
Know that you are headed toward your goal.
You think you have finished your manuscript.
Be certain of what to do next.
We have 20+ years of experience helping hundreds of fiction and nonfiction writers around the world.
Read our story.
Secrets of Our 20-year Success
From Patricia Benesh, Ed.D
prompt and courteous service
Schedules and response times based on your time frame.
personal attention to maintain the integrity of your work
Respect for your voice and content.
Focus on your target audience and reader expectations
Enhanced writing based on critical readability issues.
fixed fee for our service
Priced according to your strategy and budget for achieving your goals.
Dont’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:
I am impressed. You did a grand job of editing my manuscript, Down to a Soundless Sea. Your insights are brilliant. Your attention to detail is astonishing. I adore your dedication to perfection. Your sensitivity to my voice and style was exemplary. The manuscript is set for publication and you helped make it possible. I consider you a diamond polisher of the highest caliber.
Thomas Steinbeck (son of John Steinbeck), Oxnard, CA
I have authored ten books and for each book I have had a different editor. But none of the editors had your writing skills, speedy turnaround time, attention to detail, and creativity. Trish, you are a gifted professional and a joy to work with.
William Cormier, Ph.D., Annapolis, MD, author/co-author of more than 40 books, chapters, research articles, and theoretical papers
Trish, you take concepts, ideas, and disjointed thoughts and make them sing. Thank you for clarifying the complex psychological and emotional issues of retirement to ensure the readability of my book. I am deeply grateful for your support.
Douglas Fletcher, Laguna Beach, CA, author of Life After Work: Redefining Retirement
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We want to learn about your book
1. Stage: Concept/Outline/1st draft/2+drafts/Finished (Number of words if you have a draft.)
2. Genre: Fiction/Nonfiction/Memoir
3. Specific service needed: Coaching/Review/Editing/Consultation/Other (specify)
4. Goals for your book:
5. Concerns about your book: