Kickin' errors to the curb for female entrepreneurs and independent romance authors
I see you over there, gettin' all up in your business feels.
Until you realize that you maybe-probably hit Publish on your blog post before going back to finish that one sentence. Gah! I hate when that happens.
Or maybe you saw that one-star book review on Amazon and it was as painful as getting sucker-punched in the hoohah. Or so I’ve heard.
I get it. Editing your words can be challenging. You can read your content over and over and still miss the small details. After the 50 kajillionth read-through, the word jungle starts to get so dense you need a machete.
So before you stick a fork in your eye and call it a day…HOLD. UP.
I’m here to help.
I can't tell you if you've got lipstick on your teeth. #grinandbareit
I can't tell you if your skirt is tucked into the back of your underwear. #giveyourselfapatontheass
Nor can I tell you about the coffee stain that's in a questionable spot on your blouse. #GoGoGadgetCardigan
Here's what I CAN do:
Literally, SAVE YOUR ASS!
And by literally, I mean literally because words are my love language. Even though it's kinda like herding cats sometimes. #meow
Awkward phrasing? Be gone!
Do you have a love-hate relationship with they're, there, and their? I got you, girl!
Did your hero start out with short brown hair in Chapter One and end up with shoulder-length black hair in Chapter Four? Not today, sister!
Whether you've written a book, blog post, course, or newsletter, I can shine your crown of prose and be the final set of eyes before you hit send or publish.
ARE YOU READY TO KICK YOUR ERRORS TO THE CURB?
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HEYTHEREHEY! I'M CELISE DOWNS
Founder, proofreader, and copyeditor here at Like A GoddessBoss VA. Do you hate the feeling of putting content out for all the world to see and then cringing when you find a typo? GoddessBoss, I feel you!
Imagine writing and not stressing that you missed a comma.
Your story begins on page one... and so do the errors. But having a second set of eyes (mine, in case you were wondering) on allll your writing can provide peace of mind.