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"I was terrified to send my book off to an editor, initially. It took me back to those days in school when you handed in a paper and it came back marked up in red with all these comments and critiques written on the side. I was also worried about the cost of having my book professionally edited, but knew I needed to do so because I'm terrible at spelling and such. I also have a way of writing things out, and they only make sense to me. When I was introduced to Kelly and had a chance to get to know her some, I felt relieved. Not only was she easy to talk to her fees are reasonable, and she turned my book from a messy rough draft to an actual readable book. I have more books and courses planned in my head, and I will be hiring Kelly again!"
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Wednesday, April 9, 2008
I derived Joan Of All Trades from the concept "Jack of all trades, master of none." I have dabbled in many things in my life, and I have gained a wide range of experience and knowledge from all of those little things. However, I feel like I know a little about a lot, but I don't know a lot about much. I am tired of being the "mistress of mediocrity." It's about time that I take one of these yet-to-be-mastered talents and turn it into something great. I am still trying to figure out "what I want to be when I grow up." I will share with you my various "trades" and use this as a platform to figure out what the heck I'm doing with my life. Hopefully this will be a therapeutic experience, and maybe I can gain some inspiration from my fellow bloggers. Wish me luck!