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The Editor - Kristen Hamilton by Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu

Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu, author of the thriller Storm, interviews Kristen about book editing.

He Said, I Said by Michelle Dim-St.Pierre

Michelle Dim-St. Pierre, author of Pinnacle Lust, interviews Kristen following her presentation at the 2017 Boise Book Fest.

Manuscript Editing Interview by Lou Paduano

Greystone series author Lou Paduano interviews Kristen to understand the manuscript editing process.


Author Reviews of Kristen Corrects, Inc.

Professional In Need of Feedback by Sharon Hughson

Author Sharon Hughson talks about the many editing passes needed to make a manuscript shine, including Kristen Hamilton's role.

Road to Self-Published: Finding your Perfect Editor by Sharon Hughson

Author Sharon Hughson talks about her experience with finding a qualified editor and discusses Kristen Hamilton’s editing style and price.

Q&A with Author Susan B. Roara by Melissa Martin

Blogger Melissa Martin interviews author Susan B. Roara about her success with The Right Family series. Roara praises Kristen Hamilton's role in making the books the success they are today.

Tools Every Self-Publisher Needs: A Great Editor by K.R. Willis

Author K.R. Willis praises Kristen of Kristen Corrects, Inc. as an editor who is “honest, professional, and [will] help you take your writing to the next level.”

Working with an Editor by Joanna Wallace

Aspiring author Joanna Wallace describes the experience she had when she hired Kristen for the First Chapter Review service.


Upcoming Classes

3 Crucial Tips for Self-Editing Your Book

Immediately after you finish writing your book, you should send it off to a book editor…right? WRONG! While a book editor will help improve your book before publication, the best books are those that have been self-edited several times before being sent to a professional editor. Here’s how to do it.

January 11, 2019 - 10:00 AM MST on the Kristen Corrects, Inc. Facebook page


The Basics of Self-Editing: Preparing your manuscript for a book editor

In this 45-minute master class by award-winning fiction book editor Kristen Hamilton, you’ll learn the step-by-step instructions on how to transform your manuscript from a rough draft to a piece that is ready for a professional book editor. Self-editing will train you to become a better author and will save you money when hiring an editor. Then, we’ll talk about how to find the best book editor for your manuscript, what to expect during the editing process, and how hiring a professional editor will boost your book’s chances at success in this saturated market. 

Topics to be covered include: 

  • What to look for in the self-editing process 
  • Why beta readers are necessary - and how to find them 
  • Why self-editing must occur before professional editing 
  • How to find the right editor for your manuscript 
  • What to expect when working with a professional editor

January 19, 2019 - 2:00 PM MST at Lucky Perk in Meridian, ID


Avoid Redundant Writing with This 1 Tip

Explaining what’s going to happen (telling) and then letting it unfold on the page with action and dialogue (showing) is one of the top redundancies I see in my clients’ writing. This one tip to get rid of redundancy in your writing will help you quickly transform from an amateur writer to a respectable author.

January 25, 2019 - 10:00 AM MST on the Kristen Corrects, Inc. Facebook page