So, what's a book doctor anyway?
A book doctor is an editor.
This is a place where we book doctors meet our patients—that is, your manuscripts. If you have questions about the craft, need to bounce a sentence or a few paragraphs off on us, feel free to do so. We're here to help authors become better writers.
A doctor is someone a patient should trust. It can be daunting handing your babies over for us to dissect and evaluate. But our goal is to present your words with a makeover that shines.
Between checkups, we'll discuss home remedies: Topics such as how to hook your readers, showing vs. telling, passive voice, how to properly use attributions, characterization, plot, etc. And, Sandi's favorite subject: alternative medicine (how to break the rules).
So, send us your questions, your sentences, and your paragraphs (no more than 500 words). We'll use our expertise to make it a worthwhile checkup. We might also ask you to chime in with your thoughts!
Please send submissions to email@example.com.