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Plantation Jesus: Race, Faith, and a New Way Forward
Scott Welch & Rick Wilson with Andi Cumbo-Floyd
Discover Your Writing Self: 31 Days to Deeper Understanding of Who You Are as a Writer
Andi’s editing services are amazing. After reading the rough draft of my memoir, she encouraged me to dig deeper, to be more vulnerable, to push through until the real meat of my story shone through. With her suggestions, I was able to approach my work with a new perspective, and it encouraged me to keep writing and to make my work the best I could possibly make it. Her encouragement and gentle nudging helped me push through and finish.
Jamie Kocur, First-Time Author and Songwriter
Andi performed a Manuscript Review of my forthcoming book The Type B Financial Plan. She did exactly what she promised and completed the task on time. Her suggestions were right on point, easy to implement, and our conversations provided me with lots of good information about the self-publishing process. Better yet, Andi has connected me with all sorts of helpful people that are helping this first time author produce the best book possible. Thanks Andi!
Paul Walters, Author of The Type B Financial Plan.
It wraps up your heart like a string pulled almost too tight. The pressure, the tug, even the twinge of pain feels good, right, long-absent. Or else it takes your breath away, sucks it from your lips like a hard fall flat on your back, steals your life for seconds and...
In the days before she died, my mom looked at me, when I was alone with her in her room, and said, “You are trying to kill me.” She was delusional, of course, and confused and scared and so many other things I cannot imagine and probably don’t want to. While I...