Grammar expertise is Liz's pride and joy. She reads the Chicago Manual of Style for fun, and second only to her wedding, the happiest day of her life was the day she discovered the proper uses of a semicolon.
Liz would love to one day bake her own eclairs. She would also love to edit novels, academic essays, religious articles, video scripts, web content, and anything that engages her creativity. Her favorite projects allow for a bit of spunk and humor.
Over the years, Liz has edited short stories, novellas, novels, short scripts, and full-length screenplays. Whether the purpose is to advertise on Facebook or to offer readers an escape from stress, entertainment is Liz's favorite industry to work with. She never wants to overpower the original author voice; instead, editing is the polish she uses to make the original author shine.
Liz has worked extensively with a personal injury law firm over the last two years. Examples of documents she's edited include litigation packets, intake packets, settlement letters, and other information for clients.
In the field of education, Liz has edited thesis papers, graduate-school application essays, literary analysis papers, and much more.
Not only does Liz run two websites of her own, but she's edited web copy for professors, law firms, and a variety of businesses.
Liz has edited novels for USA Today bestselling authors and even some of her own college professors. She specializes in fiction (particularly fantasy) but also has experience editing non-fiction and memoirs.