"I have been delighted to work with Stacy Ennis on several books in the past year. On one project I hired her directly (twice); on the other, my publisher hired her. In all situations, she's proven to be the consummate professional, blending her extensive knowledge with charming accessibility.The Editor's Eyeon your bookshelf is like having Stacy on speed dial-- you can get her help for your book whenever you need it."
- Joel Lund, author ofWatson's Way
"Stacy has a great command of prose and a deep respect for the authors she works with. She continually kept me organized and on track, giving me very specific feedback about my content throughout the writing process, and was tireless in her attention to detail while helping me understand how best to engage my readers. I am a huge advocate of Stacy's work, and I look forward to using TheEditor's Eyeand her phenomenal writing and editing talents on my next book."
- Whit Mitchell, author ofWorking in Sync
"Stacy Ennis was instrumental to the success of my book. She was helpful both in proactively coaching me on ways to write well and helping improve what I wrote. With an uncanny eye for what the reader will perceive, Stacy brought out the best in me as an author--even helping me create whole new concepts that I now use in my consulting work.The Editor's Eyecaptures Stacy's wisdom and insights as an editor. I'm looking forward to using it and working with her while writing my next book."
- Bob Faw, author ofEnergize! Ignite Passion and Performance with User-Friendly Brain Tools
In a world with traditional publishers cutting back on editors and editing combined with the explosion of self-publishing, where "anyone" can write a book and get it into the market, Stacy Ennis has written a timely book for every writer which touts a missing detail in many books: every book needs an editor. In the second chapter, Ennis explains why every writer needs to read THE EDITOR'S EYE saying, "The relationship you have with an editor can be the … more