Elizabeth Law is one of the very best editors in the field. She is also an expert at the business of publishing, the consummate mentor and industry insider who knows exactly what it takes to write, sell, publish, and market a book. If you want to jump-start your career, I've got two words of advice for you: "Call ELaw."
— Allen Zadoff, author of Food, Girls, and Other Things I Can't Have
A life-long, avid reader of children’s and young adult literature, I’ve been working in the field my whole professional life as an editor and publisher at Penguin Books, Simon and Schuster, and Egmont USA.
I offer help getting your manuscript in shape, whether it be a 500-word picture book or a 500-page fantasy novel. I'll give you feedback on your work's potential in the current market, and suggestions about positioning it to find the right agent or publisher. I also Skype with critique groups to offer an editor's reactions and perspective.
In short, are you stuck on something in your writing? Do you want a professional polish before submitting your work? Do you have a question about which project to work on, or what step to take next in your career? Contact me and I’ll see if we can find a solution together.
"Elizabeth Law is smart, insightful, professional, quick, talented, and experienced. If you’re looking for a freelance editor, look no further."
— Michael Grant, author of the bestselling GONE series
It used to be a lot easier to google me, until Will Arnett started dating a designer named Elizabeth Law. Suppression of trade lawsuit?
Odd question: If you're counting up the number of countries you have visited, does Monaco count? I was there once and barely realized it.