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Make Your Words Work for You
If you’re a writer or blogger who wants to better wield your words, you’re in the right place.
I share writing tips on my blog and in my latest book, Write Well. (I also write historical romances because I’m a sucker for a good love story!)
As a freelance editor, I’m here to help you polish your pages until they shine.
- Anne Mateer —Anne Mateer, author
“It is a joy to work with Rachelle. Her skill and professionalism are top notch. I appreciate her attention not only to grammar, punctuation, and typos, but also to story details that weren’t consistent. Her eyes on my manuscript have definitely made it better than it was before. I highly recommend her work.”
- Stephanie Morrill & Jill Williamsonmulti-published authors of Go Teen Writers: How to Turn Your First Draft into a Published Book
Rachelle has a sharp eye and kind heart, which makes her an excellent proofreader. She was very easy to work with and met our tight deadline with no problems. Next time we need proofreading, we’ll definitely ask Rachelle!
- Stephanie Morrillcreator of GoTeenWriters.com and author of The Lost Girl of Astor Street
This handy book makes the rules of grammar accessible and enjoyable. If you're looking for a guide that can explain grammar to you in a clear, quick way, then Write Well is the one for you.
- Lena Goldfinchauthor of The Brides SeriesLooking for a short, pithy guide to writing well? Write Well offers practical advice on grammar, told in Rachelle's friendly, approachable voice. It's like having a best friend sit down with you to go over the basics.
- Gretchen LouiseMentor of Digital Wordsmiths
Rachelle's attention to detail combined with her friendly writing voice make Write Well a grammar guide that is actually fun to read! Short and sweet, Write Well will equip you with the knowledge you need in language you can understand. From commas to em dashes, Rachelle doesn't just tell you what they are for---like any good writer, she shows you how to (and how not to) use them.
- V. Joy Palmerauthor of Love, Lace, and Minor Alterations
Looking for a grammar guide that doesn't fill your soul with dread? Look no further! Write Well: A Guide to Grammar is a wonderful tool for experienced authors and novice writers alike! Rachelle Rea Cobb seamlessly weaves the rules of grammar and humor together. Add Write Well: A Guide to Grammar to the top of your TBR pile!
- Natasha Metzlerauthor of Pain Redeemed and Counting Grains of SandThis book is exactly what I have been needing to hone my grammar skills without stifling my creativity. Rachelle's straightforward and easy-to-understand style is perfect for my growth as a writer, and I'll also be using it as a tool in homeschooling my children!
- Kari Sayershttps://MompreneurMoney.comRachelle provided editing services for my self-help book that I was preparing to relaunch. She completed a thorough review of my manuscript in a very reasonable amount of time. Hiring Rachelle allowed me to have a fresh set of eyes on my work and her suggested edits worked perfectly for me.
- Kalyn BrookeFounder, KB Creative Media, LLC
It's been an amazing experience to have Rachelle work her magic on my blog posts. She refines my sentences and paragraphs into cohesive thoughts that are 10x better than before, and her feedback regarding intent and flow are invaluable! Already, Rachelle has saved me so much time editing my own work.
Working with her was a complete blessing; her kindness and enthusiasm completely set me at ease.
- Leslie L. McKeeEditorIf you're looking for quick and easy tips to correct and tighten your writing, then this is definitely a book for you to check out. It is a handy tool for writers of any level, from the novice blogger to the experienced, bestselling veteran. Cobb mixes humor with the (sometimes dry) rules of grammar, including the basic items every writer should keep in mind when trying to relate to their reader. Numerous examples and additional resources are included. (This is a useful book for fellow editors to have on their desk, too!)
- Joanne Bischofauthor of The Lady and the Lionheart
I’m so blessed to have worked with Rachelle! Her education shines in the way she combed through my story with care. Rachelle expertly balances critique with encouragement in a way that shows her heart for writers…and their future readers. Her engagement in my character’s lives and plight was only a testament of her commitment to the projects she takes on. Having her eyes on my manuscript not only gave me great ideas for sharpening up the details, but it also spurred me forward.
- Tessa Emily HallYA author, Jr. Agent at Hartline Literary, and YA Acquisitions Editor for Illuminate YA
Attention grammar-geeks and grammar-haters alike: Write Well is a new writing craft bookshelf necessity. Written in a humorous and conversational tone, this short yet insightful grammar guide will remind you of why mastering grammar is important, how you can use it to better relay your message, and it'll refresh your knowledge of the basic grammar skills you learned (and forgot) in school. Don't make your editor clean up your overuse of exclamation marks! Apply the grammar tips Rachelle covers in Write Well; trust me, your editor will thank you for your lack of comma splices.
- Lisa T. Bergrenbestselling, multi-published author
I loved working with Rachelle. She was sharp, fast, clear in her notes, and covered everything from little typos to bigger issues that would have been seriously embarrassing had we missed them and gone to print. There’s no doubt in my mind that I’ll be using her editorial expertise on my next project.
- Livy Jarmusch
Rachelle was a joy to work with! As a new and upcoming author, it can be a struggle to find affordable editing services that deliver the quality you'd expect from a professional. But Rachelle did just that! I'm so thankful she was recommended to me. I felt totally comfortable handing my manuscript over to her. I will be recommending Rachelle's services to all my author friends!
- Gretchen LouiseMentoring Digital Wordsmiths
Rachelle is one of those people that I always want to be the first to read every blog post I write, every email sequence I draft. Not only is she quick to graciously notify me of the typos or stylistic inconsistencies she finds, but she is kind enough to tell me when I could explain something better or make a sentence read more smoothly. And even though Rachelle knows the grammar rules, she knows there is always a time and place to break them. I'm grateful for her attention to detail and her friendly editing style!
- Natasha Metzlerauthor of Pain Redeemed and Counting Grains of Sand and exceptional blogger
I was so pleased with Rachelle’s prompt service, her ability to help maintain my writing voice while polishing it up, and her uplifting and encouraging spirit. Definitely an editor worthy of her title. I will be using her services again.
- Kimberli Law
It is a joy to work with Rachelle! She has a sharp eye for refining my sentences, maintaining my writing voice, and making the words in my book shine! I look forward to using Rachelle’s editing services in the future.
- Sarah Holmanauthor of Kate's InnocenceMost books on the subject of grammar are either dull or daunting. This book grammar down into manageable chunks that won't overwhelm. I was excited to find that the rules aren't as difficult as I imagined! I plan to keep a copy of this book handy during the editing process of all my books.
- Rebekah Morris
Rachelle offers suggestions for changing things to improve your writing, finds those missing commas you forgot to look for, and mentions when she really likes something. She also offers reasonable prices.
Anna Emory grew up the invisible younger sister, shy and quiet, and she prefers it that way. But her father’s attempts to arrange an unsavory marriage teach her that courage is sometimes found in adversity. Then she meets a boy and his father who tip her quiet world upside down.
Captain Mathieu Tudder has run from responsibility, entrusting his young son’s care to another and devoting his Sea Beggar ship to the cause of the Dutch Revolution. After the cause fails, Tudder returns to England for the son he left behind, all he has left of the wife he lost. But Titus prefers a mysteriously quiet nursemaid to his estranged father.
Tudder wants his son back, yet Anna stands in his way. Will these two hearts—the battle-scarred and the broken—ever find true freedom?More info →