When asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, Amberlyn always told her mother she wanted to read books. Little did she know, that's exactly what she would do. Many years of reading, honing writing skills, 'editing' published books as she read them, and a BA in English later, she began her editing career. Since then, Amberlyn has worked numerous freelance editing jobs, as well as working as Associate Editor for Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas for 5 years.
Amberlyn has gained experience and reputation as an efficient, affordable, and conscientious editor, willing to adapt to each writer's individual schedule and needs.
She offers editing and proofreading services for non-fiction and fiction books, gift books, articles, websites, blogs, and papers.
Please contact for free estimates and pricing.
Where to find Amberlyn Dwinnell online
An Unexpected Christmas: Stories of Holidays Wrapped in Miracles, Mishaps, and Mischief
by Daphne Tarango, Veronica Berry, Carl Colbert, Rose P. Evelyn-Hall, Donna Kelly, Luis Tarango, Kim Wilbanks, Amberlyn Dwinnell (editor), & Sarah Farnsworth (cover design/art creator)
Remember that Christmas everything went as planned? No one had an argument? No Christmas ornaments broke? And all the dishes turned out perfectly? Every Christmas, something unexpected happens. Sometimes, it’s a little thing. Other times, it’s a lot bigger. An Unexpected Christmas is a collection of the stories of Christmases no one ever expected.
Seek Shelter: Stories to Soothe Your Spirit During Natural Disasters
by Daphne Tarango, Veronica Berry, Carl Colbert, Rose P. Evelyn-Hall, Sarah Farnsworth, Melanie Hoover, Rick Hoover, Karen Campbell Prough, Luis Tarango, awhitt, Kim Wilbanks, & Amberlyn Dwinnell (editor)
Seek Shelter is a collection of inspirational stories by authors who have uncovered the good in the rubble of natural disasters. Hurricanes. Blizzards. Wildfires. Tornadoes. How do you cope in the wake of natural devastation? How can you recover? Will life ever be the same? Can any good ever come from something so bad? From the most violent side of nature can sprout rest, comfort, and peace.
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