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Friday, November 22, 2013

Grand Opening: Devil in the Details Editing Services

It brings me great pleasure to announce that our girl, Sharon Stogner, has taken the leap into her own editing services mecca! She's bringing the editing like nobody's business and kicking ass while doing it!

I am honored and proud to know this woman. I value her in everything she does and all the ways she keeps the sheep glue together. I Smell Sheep would not be what it is without her. I would not be who I am without her. 

If you're getting worried she's leaving the flock, don't freak out. She's NEVER leaving. Ever. But she is branching out to make editing dreams come true, for authors who need her. 

So, share this post. Spread the love. Help us pimp Sharon out to the world! 

I now give to you the official unveiling of DEVIL IN THE DETAILS EDITING SERVICES!!!!!!


First up
Staring contest!
did you win?

I got nothing...

This is pure genius.  Screaming sheep to dub step, Queen and much more! You are welcome.

I want to give a special shout out to Dani Harper for helping (doing everything) with the website and logo design and Donna Augustine who brainstormed with me for days and days!

Be sure to go visit my new website and say hello to my little monster (ain't he the cutest?!) If you have some writing advice you would like to share, contact me about a guest post there. If you want your link added to the writers resource page send me an email.


  1. Love the site!! Here's hoping you get lots of business, Sharon! I can personally testify that Sharon is a kick-ass editor :)

  2. Love the little monster and congratulations Sharon!!

  3. Sharon rocks! Wishing you humongous success with your new venture.

  4. Congrats! That is awesome and I love your little monster.

  5. I LOVE working with Sharon and she is particularly good at developmental editing. I'm happy to see her set up her own business and wish her every success!

  6. Good luck with your new enterprise Sharon! Even though English is not my first language, I often stumble over typo's and just mistakes in book. The more editing, the better, as long as the author keeps her own voice of course.