Hi! My name is Trisha, and I'm an affordable YA/NA developmental editor. I also make book-related YouTube videos, and I'm an advocate for diverse fiction.
The heart of my editing philosophy is this: You are the expert on your novel.
My goal as your editor is to help bring your work to its highest potential. And that’s a collaborative effort. You’ve already put boundless energy into your manuscript. When I take on a new project, it becomes my turn to put my skills toward enhancing the novel as a whole. And while you can always expect honesty from me during the editing process, you can also anticipate a supportive relationship, meant to teach and encourage.
That said, you might not agree with every suggestion I make. And that’s perfectly okay! Remember: you are the expert. I will never speak over you, and you should never feel bullied. At the end of the day, you decide what changes you make to your manuscript. My aim isn’t to stifle your voice or crush your vision beyond recognition.
In short: I’m here to create beautiful fiction with you.
I am Assistant Editor at Pen Name Publishing, a boutique micropublisher. I also interned at PNP for several months, learning best editorial practices and how to be both helpful and supportive to the authors I work with. Additionally, I participate in the acquisition process.
I prepare detailed manuscript evaluations and sensitivity reads for unpublished fiction authors and provide in-line commentary to assist manuscript development.
I am a copy and line editor at S and B Manuscript Editing and Critique. I know when a sentence lacks clarity and flow, and if your manuscript isn’t conveying the right tone or hitting with enough emotion, I’ll find the weak spots. Trust me.
I interned at literary agency McIntosh and Otis (Children’s Department working with YA, MG, and picture books), writing reader’s reports, evaluating submissions for potential representation, and, of course, writing kind rejection letters.
#AlwaysProtectYourQueen**Readers' Favorite Five Star Review Recipient**Ever since the outbreak of the Plague, life hasn’t been easy, and for seventeen-year-old Alice Carroll, it just got worse. Her sister, Dinah, has contracted the ‘un-deadly’ Momerath Virus and without a cure, will soon be worse than dead. She’ll be momerath.Alice must leave the safety of the Sector and venture into Momerath ... read more
Sixteen-year-old Ivy Higgins is the only student at Carmel Heights High School who listens to cassettes. And her binder is the only one decorated with album artwork by 80s band Chasing Eveline. Despite being broken-up since 1989, this rock band out of Ireland means everything to Ivy. They’re a reminder of her mom, who abandoned Ivy and her dad two years ago. Now the music of her mom’s favorite... read more
Cordelia and Declan have been best friends since they were three years old. By the time they hit middle school, Cordelia—Cord, to Declan—is already feeling the blackness in her life as depression takes hold. Their mutual attraction to each other leads to a serious high school relationship, one with their foundation of friendship at the forefront. Cordelia seems to have her mental health under ... read more
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