Sponsor Spotlight: Sara Stibitz
Even when you have a great story, sometimes you need help telling it. That’s where professional ghostwriters and developmental editors come in.
Not everyone can – or wants to – turn their life upside down to write a book over the course of years. But that doesn’t mean you can’t share your voice.
YOUR idea might change the world. YOUR business might touch thousands of lives. YOUR life might inspire someone to grow.
The mission of the Women in Publishing Summit is to empower, encourage and support women to share their stories. So we are very delighted and grateful to welcome the fantastic Sara Stibitz as a bronze sponsor of the 2022 Summit, since that’s precisely her specialty!
What does Sara Stibitz do?
Sara has spent her career helping books get into the hands of readers by helping authors write, edit and sell their books. She’s been integral to the success of multiple bestselling books, with chart toppers on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today lists. She’s worked with traditionally published writers and indie authors to bring award-winning work to fruition, and her work has appeared in magazines from the Harvard Business Review to New York Magazine.
She also specializes in helping authors build winning book proposals. For anyone who’s overwhelmed by the process of selling your book traditionally, she is a gamechanger!
But Sara is more than her (impressive) resume. Her attention to detail, her passion for partnership and her elegant prose are all the product of a life as a reader. She knows compelling storytelling matters. Whether you need a hand streamlining, adjusting pace or just finding the words, her experienced guidance can light the way.
What kind of author needs to work with Sara Stibitz?
Sara specializes in helping authors who need to shape their story. Memoir, nonfiction, business: if you need a hand editing or writing, she has the portfolio that proves she can help.
She’s someone that can bring order to your work, though editing and writing in service of your voice. The thing that her clients praise over and over again is how she listens. She really wants to dig into the big picture and talk about what can be accomplished with the finished book. And that vision makes a big difference.
How can I learn more about Sara Stibitz?
You can read about Sara in her own words and find out about working with her by heading to her website – click here to visit!
You can also join us at the Women in Publishing Summit to find out more about her exclusive offer for the summit community!Join us for the Women in Publishing Summit!