An insight into my life as an editor
‘A letter is a good way to go somewhere without
moving anything but your heart’ – Phyllis Theroux
The last thing you want is to sign up to another newsletter so that someone can market themselves at you. I get that. Which is why I don’t do
newsletters. I just write letters – about the perks and challenges of running an editorial business– as though I’m writing to a friend.
‘Thanks for the good content and friendly conversation you provide. I always look forward to reading what you share’
‘I love reading your letters. I find them so inspirational and I hope you continue to keep posting and sending them.’
‘Thank you for your fab newsletters and information – I look forward to receiving them! I love your writing style.’
‘Thanks for being so transparent about what it’s like to run your own editing business!’
Roughly once a month, I send out a Liminal Letter, sharing a more personal perspective than I do on the blog. I write about my continued efforts to cultivate a creative and meaningful life – as an editor, a business owner, a traveller, and a homely soul.
And though I write about my thoughts and experiences, I hope you’ll see a little bit of yourself reflected back. And if there are any Liminal Pages special offers to be had, you’ll be the first to know, too.
Click here to see an example of a Liminal Letter.
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A free resource for editorial business owners
When you sign up to Liminal Letters, you’ll also receive my Project, Profit and Efficiency Tracking spreadsheet and guidelines. This is something I use in my own business, and I find it invaluable. It helps me track my projects, set my rates and learn my editing speed – and know what I’m earning per hour and per thousand words. All useful stuff! I hope it helps you in your editorial business, too.