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At Wildflower Books, we've been lucky to work with many talented authors. We love helping writers like you bring stories to life! Here are just some of the projects we've worked on and what authors have to say about our editing services.

"I have never worked with an editor as efficient or helpful as Shannon. My latest project is a compilation of 27 rhyming poems. With Shannon's help, each poem has been transformed from good to great. I will be using her for all of my future projects and will be recommending her with the highest regard to others who need an editor to help them with their work."

— Ian

"I used Shannon for my book after not one but two recommendations, and I am so pleased I did! Really quick to work with, she just gets on with it. Very easy to see where she has made changes and doesn't try to take your style or personality out of your words. Would definitely use again."

— Tilly

"I'm so thankful that I found Wildflower Books to help me put the finishing touches on my children’s book manuscript. The comments and advice provided were priceless. Also, my manuscript was perfected and returned to me in record time! I can’t wait to work with her again!"

— DeAnna

"1000/10. I highly recommend! How can I love someone I’ve never met? I have no idea. What I do know is Shannon is the best editor ever and is a complete breeze to work with. She is prompt and goes the extra mile. I have used her several times already and will continue until I can’t anymore. I have found my “forever editor,” and I can’t stop bragging about her! If you are reading this review to decide if this is the right editor to use, then please, look no further. Truly amazing!"

— Jordan

"Really recommended! Efficient and quick with a detailed edit for a children's book. Thank you so much!"

— Marta

"Amazing service! The turn-around time was astounding. I was given feedback on structure, characterization, tone, syntax, everything! I was also given positive reinforcement, which is exactly what I need through the arduous publishing journey."

— Angelle

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