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David Colin Carr
David Colin Carr
263 Camellia Circle, Larkspur, CA

Editing literary fiction, non-fiction, memoir, dissertations and academic books since 1988
Collaborating with clients to develop brilliant writing and to refine their craft.
Writing coach, developing detailed outline to speed the writing process, brief consultations when you are stuck, ghost-writing.

Editing literary fiction, non-fiction, memoir, dissertations and academic books.
I have been active with the self-publishing community for many years (former BAIPA board member), presenter and editorial consultant at SF Writers Conference for several years and at various CWCs and Mechanics Institute Library writers groups.
I have excellent resources including designers and publicists to support my clients moving their work toward publication.

Freelancing fiction and non-fiction since 1988 with writers as far flung as Sydney, Sofia, Beijing, London, Bangkok, and Johannesburg, as well as doctoral candidates around the US. I work collaboratively with clients to bring forth their passion – with clarity and coherence, while preserving and amplifying their distinctive voice. I strive for lively, efficient language, and challenge writers to develop their craft. I work with many genres, but am drawn to projects that reflect the beauty of this planet and the mystery of our hearts. I offer compassion, counseling skills, and creativity to bring forth the brilliance of both the writing and the collaborative relationship.

Rainfall Press
Kymberlie Ingalls
P O Box 415

Kymberlie Ingalls has been writing in various forms for over three decades, specializing in memoir, personal essay and short fiction. She lectures on topics such as marketing/branding, social media, inspiration and crafting techniques. Kymberlie is also active in many branches of the California Writers Club, which includes leading a successful members’ marketing support group at the Berkeley Branch. She has created critique groups and taught creative writing in Adult Education programs… Her style is firm and honest in edits, coaching and writing.

Rainfall Press

Editing: Genres generally accepted are short stories, contemporary fiction, novels, comedy/satire, memoir, essay, articles, blog content. I’m open to most work, let’s see if we’re a fit.

Services are tailored to meet client-specific needs. For marketing, branding, social media, etc. I offer advisement and consultation, but do not provide these specific services.

Kymberlie Ingalls is a blogger and author, native to and still living in the San Francisco Bay Area. The creator of the successful sites Writer of the Storm and Neuroticy = A Societal Madness, she began blogging in the late 90s, before it became the phenomenon that is prevalent today.

Her work focuses on personal topics such as love, relationships, grief and memory loss.

Ms. Ingalls has a colorful history in stage, comedy, auto racing, radio broadcasting, adult education and individual author coaching. All of this feeds her broad scope of writing in memoir, prose, fiction and opinion essays. She has received praise from critics, colleagues and readers for her heartfelt honesty and emotional depths.