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.

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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 I am currently working on my third novel (still unpublished)...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
...Coming Soon... [Read More]

From The Blog

The Evolution Continues (aka I Don’t Know What I’m Doing) (re-post)

This post is more for you than it is for me: have I accomplished any of these things? Do I need to make more changes? Should I make plain brownies or blondies … oops, wrong list of questions. — For those of you who’ve been with me for years, you know that my blog changes. […]

Thank you LORD, I found it! (aka Why You Need a Back-up) (re-post)

2009 – The early writing days of digital writing, before Google Docs, DropBox, and the cloud. I’m happy to let you know that I will never again write a post like this because I am a happy Mozy subscriber. If you’ve ever had a moment like the one I describe below, then I suggest you […]

An Impossible Task By Tanya Eavenson

Five years ago God called me to an impossible task. Something I had never done, nor would I have thought to do. Write. I shared what the Lord had impressed on my heart with only a few people; thankfully, they didn’t think I was crazy. They encouraged me, sending cards, notes, and praying for me. […]