Also known as story or developmental editing, you can hire a content editor at any time during your writing process. Maybe you need help with the structure of your story, your characters feel a little flat, or your plot just feels stuck. There's no need to struggle through alone.
Every day you face hardship and tough decisions, it's time to do something to bring a little joy into your life. Maybe you think there's so much going on, there's no way you can make dance a priority, too. But dance is a wonderful way to make new friendships through group classes or social events, strengthen relationships with loved ones by learning new skills together, overcome stage fright, and learn to listen to your body.
Don't fear the creativity within you, it is your power. Whether you use it to solve chemical formulas, tell a story, or win a race; your creativity is a battery that will power genius in every aspect of your life.
Miranda Leavitt has ten years combined education and experience as a story editor and writer, combined with fifteen years experience as a dancer.
She graduated from the writing for film and television program at Vancouver Film School, which renewed her passion for the visual arts. She is also a graduate of creative writing, poetry, and film studies at Camosun College.
Miranda now works for CD Dance Collective as a Latin, Ballroom, and Swing dance instructor.
Who is Hatter King?
Miranda created Hatter King as a pseudonym. After many years of writing King evolved into a completely different persona, with a whole world and cast of supporting characters. Most of her writing can be found under the name Hatter King.
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OF THE MONTH
The Coldest Girl in Cold Town, by Holly Black, is written in a third person POV so tight that in an argument with a friend I insisted (before looking it up) that it was written in first person.
Well worth the read, CGCT is a teen vampire novel that feeds off the best tropes (see what I did there?) and ignores the stupid ones. The heroin's love interest is appropriately dark and vengeful, but her path is independent and clearly motivated by a strength of conviction that in no way depends on being loved.
She saves people because it's the right thing to do, and deals with the consequences later. And that's a morality I can respect.