I’m Karen SaariI'm a writer and an editor. I love to comb through manuscripts looking for typos and loose sentences and making suggestions that will make your work shine. I like to teach clients how to write better or do it for them! I write and publish my own books and also publish books for clients. I enjoy the layout process and the whole step by step to publish a book. I enjoy the tedious process of writing quilt/sewing patterns, checking the math and then putting it all together into one pretty package. You can always reach me at email@example.com or by leaving a comment.
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Category Archives: Serendipity
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I know I’ve said this before, but it bears repeating. “I love to play with words.” Whether it is as a writer or an editor, I love to move them around, delete them and bring them back again. It’s like … Continue reading
Do you admire creative people and their products and then say, “Oh I’d never have the patience.” another one is “I’m just not creative.” or “I’d never be able to do that!” While it’s true that some people are born … Continue reading
We survived. Great way to begin a post, eh? It’s been years since I’ve done a craft show, probably close to 20. And Mr. Serendipity had never even been to one, let alone done one! Well, he may have been … Continue reading
There are delightful surprises around every corner if we look for them. However, sometimes we forget that not Everything is Serendipity. I love cinnamon toast. It’s yummy. Last week we ran out of cinnamon, and I figured I didn’t need … Continue reading
I’ve been fascinated with the first picture in my last crocheting post, so I thought I’d try one myself! It doesn’t look hard, and it also doesn’t look like they need to be ‘exact’. So, let’s try one. I’ve got … Continue reading