I thought of her instantly because for years, I would send her my articles after I thought that I had perfected them, and she would send them back to me all marked in red, usually with a sweet comment about the content. She has a gift, a love for commas and semicolons. I am not the only one that has seen her talent. The church that she attends uses her to edit their camp curriculum.
I debated keeping her a secret.
I knew that there were other writing friends out there that might be able to benefit from this talent that Father had given her. I finally suggested that she offer her services to others. So, I talked her into buying a domain name and business cards. This is her dream; it was time that this homeschool graduate with a passion for the written word, put herself out there.
I had finally finished writing my eBook and called to see if she had the time and would be interested in being my official editor. We sent the documents back and forth (and even used this as an excuse to get coffee on multiple occasions). In a short time, my final draft sat waiting for me in my inbox.
I would not have had the guts to publish this eBook without her. The experience was very pleasant and she comes highly recommended from me...
not because she is my friend,
or even a homeschool graduate :)
but because she is really good at what she does!