Proofreading Services Available!

This is not one of my usual topics here but I am excited to share this! I am now offering proofreading/editing services through my other blog, I cater to solo entrepreneurs (such as bloggers, life coaches, Virtual Assistants, etc) and writers (especially self-publishing authors) but would be happy to work with you for any smallish project.

Proofreading Services

If you would like to get a hands-on sampling of my work, I have created a couple of Fiverr Gigs (more to follow soon). These Fiverr gigs allow you to work with me on a small scale so that you can see how I work. You can also learn about why I started and my proofreading services here.

You can access the Fiver gigs through the links above, through the “work with me” page at, or through the fiverr website directly.

I look forward to working with you!


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Want a $500 Dayspring Shopping Spree?

Over on my writing blog,, I am participating in the Write 31 Days writing challenge. As a focus, I am highlighting some of my favorite authors and blogs which you can check out here.

Write 31 Days Giveaway

During the course of the month, us participants have the opportunity to win random prizes each week. Well, Dayspring has decided to extend the giveaway and offer one for our readers! From today until October 31 you can enter to win a $500 Dayspring shopping spree. How exciting is that!

Just go here for the rules and to enter the giveaway. Good luck!


(P.S. While at my other blog, don’t forget to sign up for email updates!)

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The Little Paris Book Shop Book Review

I am slowly fazing out doing book reviews here at Simple Catholic Living and will be posting them on my new website,, which is dedicated to book reviews, grammar tips, and all things writing. I love doing book reviews and I think my writing website is a more appropriate venue for them, as I really want to focus here on faith-related topics.

In that vein, I have written an in-depth review of the lovely book, The Little Paris Book Shop over at

LitteparisHere is a snippet of the review:

“The best way to describe The Little Paris Bookshop is satisfying. It is the consummate book for book lovers. At 370 pages, not including the recipes and list of books recommended by the protagonist, Perdu, it is a long book. However, once I started reading, I didn’t even notice the length. In fact, it could have gone on for another couple hundred more pages and I wouldn’t even have noticed! It did take me a long while to get through the book, though, because I had a strong desire and need to savor every word…Continue Reading