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Jen McIntyre Editorial

Professional Editor & Proofreader


“A kind and rational voice through the wild ride that is writing.”

No matter where you are in your writing process, I will give your manuscript the care and attention it needs to take it from “I think I’ve got something good here…” to “I’m getting five-star reviews on Goodreads!”

And chances are you’ll even enjoy the ride.

Since I opened my business in 2008, I’ve helped guide hundreds of authors, both new and seasoned, through the process of getting their books into print.

If you’re thinking about taking the next step, let’s chat

Never Let Me Down Again
White Tern
The Politics of Painting
On Our Own Strength
Dead Spy, Cold Grave
Essay Do's and Dont's
Cult, A Love Story
First Citizen
Here We Stand

Your Words. Your Voice. Your Way.

Jennifer McIntyre

Handing your manuscript over to an editor can be a nerve-wracking experience.

I get that — and I can help.

I am a professional editor and proofreader based in Toronto, Canada, and I’ve owned my own business since 2008.

I work with both independent authors and publishing companies, and I edit pretty much any and every topic you can think of.

(Military thrillers? Check. Young adult fantasy? Check. History textbook, Egyptian archeology, medieval art, or music theory? Check, check, check, and check.)

Whether you’re a first-time author who’s just typed “THE END” on your novel and are wondering what to do next, or a project manager shepherding a book on American politics through the publication process, chances are I can help make your manuscript sing.

Your words. Your voice. Your way.

Foggy Winter Day at the Lake

"Jennifer is a remarkably talented editor. She’s deft and quick at adapting to your writing style; she’s absolutely thorough and easy to work with. Can’t recommend her highly enough."

—Michael J. Goodspeed, author Dead Spy, Cold Grave

Get My Book!

if you want to learn more about how to work with an editor, here’s a little book I wrote with Mark Dawson, one of my top clients, called How to Work with An Editor: A Guide for (Nervous) Clients. It’s free to download, and answers many of the questions you may have.

Amazon Review

"This was an excellent book, especially as it didn't waste my time with an inordinate amount of "fluff" or "filler". I was able to glean the information I needed without having to wade through a lot of superfluous material. Great work -

thanks Mark & Jennifer!"

How To Work With An Editor
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