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Enter at your own risk.
I love the English language. That’s why I have a degree in English and literature. It’s also one reason I’m a published author. I’d like to help your words shine, too.
Here's what author Naomi Craig says about my beta reading (critique) services: "Sharon took my rough manuscript, unseen (and probably deserving to remain so) by outside eyes and poured over it with a fine-tooth comb. She showed me problems in my structure, research holes, and generally gave me a direction for the next step my journey. While at first it was a painful pruning, Sharon’s help was invaluable for getting my manuscript to where it is today."
The services I offer are split into three categories: Coaching, Critique and Editing. I’ve been doing copywriting, too, and if that’s what you need, please complete the “Request a quote” form at the bottom of the page with the specifics of your project.
Reflections From the Heart. For the Heart.
About the Author
“I hope my stories reveal the hero within each reader and encourage them to face their villains.”
Sharon Hughson inhales words and exhales stories. Her characters face difficult, and sometimes heart-wrenching, issues. Just because it’s fiction, doesn’t mean readers can’t see themselves on the pages…and find the strength to be the hero of their own story.
Sharon could easily get lost in books. She pens stories that offer hope and encouragement, because sometimes vacation only happens between the pages of a book. When not immersed in the world of writing and reading, Sharon substitutes in local classrooms, keeps house for her honey and waits on her three cats.
From the Blog
Writing anything is a process. Writing a novel can be a lengthy commitment of time, energy and mental resources. Right now I’m hip deep in the mire of revisions.
Some people don’t understand how involved the revision process can be, so they think that the hard part of writing a novel is over. You know, coming up with a brilliant premise and then telling the story to the sum of 70-100 thousand words.
Will it be an unexpected summer fling? Or can Ivory and Prescott break the expectations others have set on their future?
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