Contact

Please use the Booking Services form to schedule an edit.

To get in touch for any other reason, email me at: editorbrock@gmail.com

Please note that due to the number of emails I receive, I can no longer give free advice or answer questions for writers who are not clients. Please consider my shorter service options or check out the free resources available on my blog.

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66 thoughts on “Contact

  1. colonel Roy Mustang says:

    Hello Ellen,I first noticed you on your YouTube channel.I enjoyed your good videos.I wonder,how does someone write a spy novel,similar to Arpeggio of Blue Steel? With what principles in mind does it efficiently? My case is I have ideas to write a novel,I want to try it. By the way,how does someone write a series of fiction books?
    I would appreciate your reply.

  2. Jorge L. Rodriguez says:

    Hi, I’m J. L. Rodriguez. I wrote a book called Sol, it’s a Sci-Fi novel. I self published and the book itself was nice: however, not the writing. The concepts are good but not the expression of them. Help!

  3. PJ Jones says:

    Hi Ellen, learned so much from you on POV…. here’s a POV that has me stumped. I read and loved The Wife by Meg Wolitzer– at first it’s first person… narrator describes her life with her husband, but then also her husband’s childhood in detail [“Joe sat down at the kitchen table and ate his afternoon snack of yellow sponge cake in the moony stupified way children have, a constellation of crumbs on his lips and chin”], and others [“No one on this plane was fixated on death, like we’d all been earlier…”] and it doesn’t end there. Is this a POV taking liberties or is this an established type of narrator/POV? Perhaps a video if you can’t answer here. Thank you!

  4. Dan Walker says:

    Hello Ellen,

    I have watched you for some years now and I am happy to congratulate you
    in what I see as a success – you are deserving for your hard work and relentless
    effort – and your willingness to give something free is in part what makes you
    a success story in itself….,

    This question and my comment herein will be longer than I prefer – but – I am not
    good at keeping it short – sometimes – forgive me I am trying to do my best.

    My question is – how are you going to overcome the hurdle about editing – everyone
    is going to want “you” and not want to have someone else as a go-between or
    people doing a short note that you run with – that said – what can you say to overcome
    or convince me that – that will work..,

    I want the full package whatever that is and you in person or live in some form.

    I will know the difference between you and someone else…,

    Your Great!

    Dan walker ( about done with my first fiction novel ).

    Love my work.

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