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.

Services

Writing
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 I am currently working on my third novel (still unpublished)...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]
Editing
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]
Coaching
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]
Blogging
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From The Blog

Book Review: Love at Mistletoe Inn by Cindy Kirk

Hope Prentiss didn’t go to the Harmony High School senior prom. Instead, she and John Burke drove to Boise and got married. At eighteen. But when Hope panicked after saying “I do,” the mail-order preacher assured her he just wouldn’t send in the paperwork. No forms, no marriage, no problem. Right? Well . . . […]

Focus on Non-Fiction: Associations (re-post)

Six years ago I decided to write a novel. When I wanted to get it published I realized I had a lot of work to do, and most of that work included getting experience, specifically by-lines. I found a couple of local weekly papers willing to work with an unpublished writer and started writing articles. […]

Book Review: Magnolia Market by Judy Christie

The self-help books lied: fresh starts aren’t nearly as glamorous as they appear. And love isn’t any easier the second time around. Avery Broussard was savoring her long-dormant optimism. It was the first anniversary of her husband’s death, and she was finally going to buy the dress boutique from her former mother-in-law. After a year […]