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Editing

Description: Alexa talks with Judy Mohr, Audrey Hodge, Alexandra Uth, and Kate Johnston, about editing.

Format: Panel

Level: This presentation is best suited for BEGINNER audiences or intermediate who are looking for a different or better editing solution.

 

Alexa Bigwarfe

Alexa Bigwarfe

Author, Publisher and Summit Producer

Alexa Bigwarfe is a wife, mother, author, publisher, speaker, and author coach. She has published numerous books of her own and for many other writers and entrepreneurs through her author coaching and hybrid-publishing company Kat Biggie Press (katbiggiepress.com). Kat Biggie Press is dedicated to sharing women’s works of inspiration, self-help, and books that make the world a better place. Her children’s book imprint, Purple Butterfly Press, publishes books of encouragement, inspiration, self-love, and healing for children and parents. She is also the founder and producer of the Women in Publishing Summit. Follow her everywhere on instagram @katbiggiepress and on youtube for publishing tips at https://www.youtube.com/writepublishsell.

 Judy Mohr

Judy Mohr

Writer, Editor & Online Platform Consultant

Kiwi Judy L Mohr is a writer of thrillers, fantasy, science fiction, and non-fiction. She is also a freelance editor with Black Wolf Editorial Services, working on projects from writers around the world. When she isn’t writing, editing, or doing something for writing within the local community, she’s delving into the crazy world of science and technology. You can follow her crazy adventures on her blog (judylmohr.com) or on Twitter (@JudyLMohr).

Audrey Hodge

Audrey Hodge

Editor

Audrey has been a bookworm from a very young age, favoring series because she hates for the story to end and loves exploring new worlds. As errors and inconsistencies seem to jump off the page at her (and she loves helping people), starting an editing and proofreading business seemed a natural next step. She helps writers avoid frustration and gives them back time by doing the editing that is best done by a fresh set of eyes. She helps the writers who are excited and eager to get their story to their audience but want it to be at its very best. Some of her recent projects have included editing several children’s books, a fiction book, and a non-fiction book.  She loves that her business name, Hodgepodge Solutions, is a play on her last name.  When she’s not reading, she can be found out in the garden, taking a walk with her family, chasing after her daughters, or trying out a new sewing or crochet project.

Kate Johnston

Kate Johnston

Writing Coach & Editor

Kate Johnston was born on Cape Cod, and raised in rural New Hampshire where nature and wildlife stirred her imagination. She knew she wanted to be a professional writer when she was about 8 years old and wrote a story about a good wolf. Married with two children, Kate likes to spend her mornings writing YA and Adult fiction. Her work can be found in Wayfaring, Compass Points: Stories from Seacoast Authors, The Greensilk Journal, Wolf Warriors, Northeast Wolf Coalition, and her blog that helps writers one story at a time. Kate has over fifteen years of experience as a writing coach and editor. She motivates writers to take their inspiration to the next level so they can write successfully with confidence, joy, and rumbling creativity. Her areas of expertise include private coaching for writers, story development, developmental editing, and copy editing. She also offers online writing courses and writing guides. You can find more detailed explanation of her services on https://katejohnstonauthor.com/manuscript-editing/ or feel free to contact her for a complimentary quote at [email protected] 

Alexandra Uth

Alexandra Uth

President, Loomis & Lyman, Inc

True or false: writing and editing a book is exhausting, ego-crushing, and ridiculously expensive. True—unless you know Alexandra Uth of Loomis & Lyman. No red pens allowed; Alexandra’s signature Purple Pencil Packages are designed to enhance the author’s voice. As a writing wrangler and book advisor, she specializes in two critical parts of the book creation process: guiding writers from idea to outline and polishing and perfecting drafts into finished products. Alexandra is based in Chicago, where she has plied her craft for 30 years. She resides with her husband and a clowder of five cats. In her spare time she helps animal rescue organizations.

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