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Freelance editor Jessica Hatch has always focused on telling stories and on telling stories well.

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Photo Credit: Jordan Katcher, 2012.
I was actually pretty nervous about hiring an editor — I didn’t know at the outset if it was going to be helpful or not, or if I’d learn anything new or useful about my novel — but WOW. I can’t believe how clearly I can see my way through, now, what seemed like a tangled mess of a manuscript before.
— Traci O. Connor, represented by Victoria Sanders & Associates

There are so many ways to publish a book these days
that one-size-fits-all won't cut it. 

But with experience in traditional and self-publishing, professional editor Jessica Hatch offers affordable guidance for each path, every step of the way.

Jessica dug her way through the slush pile at Writers House and learned what makes a book successful at St. Martin's Press.

She now puts that knowledge to good use as a member of the Editorial Freelancers Association, providing her clients with practical revisions and marketable advice. With experience editing everything from memoir to cookbooks, fantasy to literary fiction, she has had many happy clients.

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