Over the past three years, Reedsy has helped thousands of authors realize their publishing potential by partnering them with industry professionals. Editors have polished rough manuscripts into glittering final drafts, designers have prepared books to be judged by their covers, and marketers have placed titles at the top of Amazon’s rankings.
T R Monaghan wanted readers to lose themselves in the world of her 1970's thriller, not get pulled out of the story thanks to scattered typos. So she turned to professional editors to ensure her debut book was polished and professional.
Sweet, Sweet Jayne
After leaving traditional publishing behind, Chris Selwyn James was determined to make his novel PANIK a success. He knew marketing was an extremely important area, and a Reedsy book marketer was the perfect fit for his ambition.
With English as her second language, J.D. Bass finished writing her first draft as a multilingual manuscript. To ensure the language and story were polished, she turned to Reedsy for professional editorial services.
Tale of the Winter Lands
When Ryan Carriere decided to start writing a fantasy series, he quickly learned that writing a book is just one part of an indie author’s job. Next up was the challenge of learning how to market it. For guidance, he turned to Reedsy Discovery.
Mark Guerin's debut novel has been making a splash, but before it started receiving attention, it was a manuscript without a cover. And Mark knew that he wasn’t going to “hit the presses” until he found the right designer to execute his vision.
You Can See More From Up Here
As Roxie Faulkner Kirk entered the world of indie publishing with her debut novel, "Red Dirt Hymnbook," one thing became clear: she needed reviews to sell her book. So she turned to Reedsy Discovery, and in this post, shares why she’s happy she did.
The Red Dirt Hymnbook
To take his writing career to the next level, Howard of Warwick decided to hire a professional to help him navigate the choppy waters of book marketing.
The Bayeux Embroidery (The Chronicles of Brother Hermitage Book 13)
Andrew Chamberlain knew he’d written a good story, but he needed an editor to take it to the next level: someone with experience working on both young adult and sci-fi novels — and who understood the topical relevance of his story.
The Centauri Survivors