hours of one-on-one professional assistance and guidance
goes a very long way toward making your writing and publishing
dreams a reality.
To get started, we’ll assess the children’s book you’ve
written for its strengths and weaknesses, and we’ll consult
with you about what you’ve been thinking of writing. We’ll
help you distinguish between your back-burner projects and
the project that is most likely to be your break into the
writer is unique, and Writer's Lifeline editors match
match the appropriate talent to every challenge in fiction.
If you need help with story structure, we’ll not only do
that but also teach you how to identify the mythic heart
of your story—a storytelling technique that will serve you
time and again throughout your writing career.
Our experienced editors can help you with dialogue, character
development, action, setting, and the nuts and bolts of
the language—very specific to reading level in this market--that
is the tool of our trade.
Writer’s Lifeline will diagnose your condition, prescribe
the remedy, and stay by your side to ensure that it is having
the desired effect.
Though you'll be immediately assigned to an editor for initial
assessment purposes, you will have complete flexibility
in terms of how your editorial hours are spent.
Often, our clients develop strong ongoing relationships
with a single editor—the kind of relationships that transform
creative careers. But clients are also encouraged to allocate
their hours toward achieving a wider perspective by exposing
their developing projects to the supportive critical eyes
of a team of Writer’s Lifeline editors.
Whichever way you choose to go, you can trust that Writer’s
Lifeline will keep the editorial standards and commercial
focus high, and give you support and perspective in understanding
and responding to everything our editors tell you.