Brittany Campbell

Brittany Campbell - Editor

Toronto, ON, Canada

I help authors go from just an idea to a compelling book with developmental editing, proofreading, sensitivity reading and coaching.

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Overview

Too many aspiring authors sit in front of their laptops wishing they had the exact blueprint for writing and publishing a compelling book that sells. Your book will inspire and help others. It’s got a unique story and a powerful message. Even your friends and family keep nudging you to write that book! But it’s easy to get stuck when there’s so much information out there. It’s like going on a road trip without directions.
With over 10 years of experience in storytelling and editorial experience, I help diverse authors with developmental editing, sensitivity readings, and book marketing services.
Languages
English (CAN)
Non-Fiction
LGBTQ Non-Fiction
Self-Help & Self-Improvement
Writing & Publishing
Fiction
Young Adult

Work experience

Book Coach and Editor

Self-employed
September, 2019 – Present (over 3 years)

Help authors identify a niche audience for their book idea so they can create an interesting, unique and profitable book that readers are looking for.

Develop, strategize, and assist authors in developing a story arc or plot so they can have a guide helping to make the writing process easier.

Lead, organize, and assist authors throughout the editorial and book production process, so they can spend more time writing and less time searching for the right contractors to help them create their ideal book.

Provide marketing and publicity consultancy services, including performing consumer research to maximize outreach, coordinating online book tours, reviewing books for publications, organizing giveaways, writing newsletters and website content, preparing author profiles, pitching media, and creating promotional materials.

Lead book launches using self-publishing platforms. Wrote sales and advertising copy for increased visibility and book sales, resulting in ranking among three categories for the #1 new releases.

Portfolio (3 selected works)

Griot

Yvvana Yeboah Duku, Adeola Egbeyemi, Onyka Gairey, Saherla Osman, Kais Padamshi, Omi Rodney

Nia Centre for the Arts is a Toronto-based charity that supports, promotes, and showcases art from across the Afro-Diaspora. We build the creative capacity of our community and support the development of a healthy identity in young people through artistic development, mentorship and employment opportunities. We are a platform for the arts that is rooted in the diversity of Black-Canadian exper... read more

Nia Centre for the Arts is a Toronto-based charity that supports, promotes, and showcases art from across the Afro-Diaspora. We build the creative capacity of our community and support the development of a healthy identity in young people through artistic development, mentorship and employment opportunities. We are a platform for the arts that is rooted in the diversity of Black-Canadian exper... read more

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