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: Writing
I’m happy to report I’m the new blogger on the block at Quilting Focus! My first post appeared on March 10 and my next one will be … soon I hope you’ll stop by and say ‘Hey!’ It’s fun to … Continue reading
Don’t you just hate grammar? It makes no sense, except for some gifted individuals who can structure a sentence in a matter of seconds. I’ve heard, although I don’t know if it’s true, that English is one of the most … Continue reading
What happens when you have too many characters in your book? This is what happened to me, in the third book in the Spring Street Quilters series. The first book started with 7 main characters – the quilters. And then … Continue reading
I can hardly believe what I’m finding. I’m taking the advice of a VERY successful author and writing coach on selling more Kindle books. One piece of advice is getting the correct keywords. Optimally an author wants their book to show … Continue reading
One of the troubles I’m having in finishing this last book of the Spring Street Quilters series is – I keep getting lost. I can’t remember which parts were lost in The 10,000 Word Incident, and which parts remain. I’ve … Continue reading
I know a person can do both, but what if I wanted to pick one? Would it be helpful or harmful to my budding career? I’ve done a huge amount of both. Today the most important word seems to be … Continue reading