Welcome To KarinBeery.com!

Freelance writer/editor/coach, part-time accounting assistant, part-time homemaker. I started writing to write a novel. I continue writing because I love this job. I’ve written for many local and national periodicals, have edited 200-word press releases and 65,000-word novels. Whether I’m writing my own stories or helping others develop theirs, I put all of my talent and passion into each job.


Interviews, feature stories, informational articles, press releases, and more. My passion is fiction, though I’ve had over one hundred articles published in local and national periodicals. I am currently working on my third novel (still unpublished)... [Read More]
Improving a manuscript by identifying and solving problems of overall clarity or accuracy, writing or rewriting segments to improve readability, and revising as needed to improve the overall presentation... [Read More]
More than simply editing — whether you have an idea that needs development or skills that need honing, as your coach I will work with you to strengthen your writing and help prepare it for publication.[Read More]
...Coming Soon... [Read More]

From The Blog

Book Review: Riley Mae and the Ready Eddy Rapids by Jill Osborne

If you’re gonna run for your life, you gotta wear the right shoes. Life is rapidly changing for pre-teen shoe spokesperson Riley Mae. After the last photo shoot and trek up the Half-Dome in Yosemite, Riley Mae and her Swiftriver friends find themselves in Northwest Montana, the perfect backdrop for a river sandal campaign. The [...]

A Smile, Some Inspiration, and Other Tid Bits

It’s still March as I’m writing this post (if you don’t pre-write and schedule your blog posts, you should). As I’m writing, I’m in the middle of a large writing project, not to mention the personal business that’s kept me busy. One of the things I’m working on is productivity. Specifically, I need to start [...]

Creating an Exciting Story: Blow Something Up! by Tamera Lynn Kraft

Many writers are too nice to their characters. Their characters have goals they want to reach, and after a few obstacles, they will let their characters have what they want. This creates a boring story. To ratchet up the excitement, a writer needs to blow up the character’s world. Don’t let the character have what [...]