Linda K. Harris spent more than 30 years writing and editing for newspapers and won many local and regional prizes at The Philadelphia Inquirer. She also served as an editor at the Atlanta Journal Constitution and began her career at the Wilmington (Del.) News Journal. She has published one nonfiction book, book reviews and short stories in small magazines. She is a member of the Authors Guild. While at The Inquirer, she took a year's sabbatical and moved to Madrid, Spain.
Note to Other Writers: I am currently editing and serving as a writing coach on three manuscripts, two fiction and one non-fiction. This is deeply satisfying work as I am able to bring my years of experience in writing and editing to the aid of others who are releasing their creativity in spectacular ways. Writers need various types of support as they work their way through the challenges of producing a book-length manuscript. Sometimes, it's as simple as setting deadlines and having someone ask "how's it going?". Other times, a writer is struggling with a concept that somehow isn't becoming the tangible product envsioned. That can be extremely frustrating, but through careful reading and discussions centering on the writer's goals, I can help transcend these obstacles. I can also provide research ideas, copyediting, and myriad other enhancements that will help you make it to the finish line. Let me know if I can be of help!
My Spanish Heart
Please go to my blog, My Spanish Heart, for entertaining stories from Spain.