Carly Catt

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I specialize in editing nonfiction (memoirs, self-help, psychology, and Christian works). Message me to find out if I would be a good fit for you and your project! :)

Hi! My name is Carly Catt (she/her), and I’m a professional editor and proofreader for nonfiction books. I live in Arizona, have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and am a member of ACES: The Society for Editing. I work hard to make your writing better while letting your unique author’s voice shine through.

Catt Editing LLC does freelance copy editing and proofreading of nonfiction (self-help, blog, memoir, psychology, and Christian) works. I want to help your book look professional, read well, and capture the attention of readers so you can properly tell your story. I have a quick turnaround time, and I never miss a deadline. Hannah Truelove, a writing blogger, and satisfied client from the last few months wrote: “The services she provided through Catt Editing were quick, friendly, professional, and best of all, thorough.” I am careful, transparent, and flexible in all of my work. My goal is to make each project the best it can be by working with the client to find appropriate solutions. Contact me to find out if I would be a good fit for your project!


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“Very communicative! Loved the initial, pre-contract interview which gave me the confidence to move on to work with Carly. All along the way, she kept in touch and gave feedback. I highly recommend working with Carly!!!!”

—Gaily Scoates (author of Paws, Purpose and Possibilities)

“I would highly recommend working with Carly Catt! Her detailed, encouraging feedback truly helped me find my writing voice. Her comments helped polish my prose and grammar and keep my writing clear. Carly is very professional; she responds quickly, meets her deadlines, and keeps me updated on the whole process. As a first-time author, I could tell that Carly is very dedicated to her craft and takes great care to ensure my story flows well. I can’t wait to work with her on all my future writing projects!”

—Catherine Larkin (author of Wizards of the Apocalypse)