Jennifer and I cover a lot of ground in this episode. From determining whether or not you need a developmental editor to how Jen became a developmental editor, when you need to reach out and engage with a developmental editor... and all sorts of other fun topics!
Jennifer is also the developmental editor for the forthrcoming romance book, 4 Days in Paris.
Jennifer Milius is an entrepreneur, developmental editor, coach and accomplished author having published seven children’s titles in the Einstein and Moo series, and most recently, co-authored You Know it’s a Verb, Right? which blends personal development, business, and leadership tenets.
Jen believes that each of us have something special to offer, but sometimes it takes a leap of faith to be willing to share that gift. Yet, when people are doing what they love, there’s a joy that they radiate. Tapping into your full potential means that joy, purpose, and possibility is coming together through you. Jen leverages her 20-year corporate career, undergraduate Communications degree, and Master in Business Administration to help writers and aspiring authors get out of their own way and leave a legacy by telling their stories through writing their own books and confidently sharing them with others. As the host of The TufFish Show podcast, Jen features authors from different genres and businesses, but with one thing in common – they had a message or story they wanted to tell and courageously got out of their own way and made it happen.
Jen enjoys spending time with family, yoga, creating delicious food in the kitchen, visiting schools to share her love and knowledge about writing, and listening to music.
Check out her website at www.jennifermilius.com
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