Today's interview is with Keri Rozansky, who knows exactly what to do when your draft hands you melons that look like this one. She's the woman behind Blank Page Writing, an editing company. Here's a bit about her.
Keri Rozansky tailors her services to the client’s needs.
She has a rich and varied experience in writing and editing English language pieces. For over 20 years she has been writing everything from short stories to blog posts and news articles, to full-length manuscripts. As an editor she has worked on blog posts, news articles, and both fiction and non-fiction full-length manuscripts.
Keri holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Language from Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI. She currently lives in Scottsdale, AZ with her husband and their son.
Check out Keri's favorite song while reading her interview, where you can find out why she loves this one.
D.R.- Dogs or cats?
K.R.- Definitely dogs. I've had one at various times throughout my life.
D.R.- Cake or pie?
K.R.- Both please. If it's cake I like yellow cake. If it's pie I'll take a slice of apple.
D.R.- What is your quest?
K.R.- My quest? To be a published author someday. I've been working on my WIP for about 5 years now whenever I get the chance. Family, school, work - the traditional stumbling blocks always seem to get in the way.
D.R.- What is your favorite color?
K.R.- Purple! It has just the right mix of red and blue, two of my other preferred colors.
D.R.- What is your favorite song and why?
K.R.- "Letter To Me" by Brad Paisley. Yes, it's country, but it's more about the content than the genre. It's a song about a man looking back at his younger self while he writes a letter to that younger self telling him that the things he gets so obsessed about (bad grades, breakups, etc.) are nothing compared to the success he'll find in his later years. I see it as a reflection of my own life.
D.R.- Why do you love/hate winter?
K.R.- This is difficult since I live in Phoenix, Arizona. Winter there is the best because the temperatures are in the 60s and 70s most of the time - springtime temperatures for most other places. I hate it because it's mostly like any other time of the year, just cooler. Cooler temps, but no bare trees or snow or any of the traditional signs of winter.
D.R.- Where'd you get the idea for your business?
K.R.- I've always loved writing and editing and manipulating the written word to deliver a particular message. I went to a few networking meetings when I was new to the area and found that many people complained of not having the time or talent to put into blogs or other written text. I formed my company based on my skills and the needs of clients.
D.R.- What genres do you feel comfortable supporting?
K.R.- I'm always up for a challenge. My favorite reads are romance, mystery, and after some recent exposure - fantasy. Non-fiction too. So those are what I'm particularly interested in editing.
D.R.- What do you have to offer authors?
K.R.- Both writing and editing services. I can create content for blogs and website pages or I can edit for content, grammar, etc. My services can be tailored to the client's needs.
D.R.- Where can we find your services on the Internet?
K.R.- At my official business webpage. I'm also on Facebook with a business page and a writing page.
D.R. Perry's books on Goodreads
Bearly Awake (Providence Paranormal College, #1)
ratings: 98 (avg rating 4.18)
Fangs for the Memories (Providence Paranormal College, #2)
ratings: 30 (avg rating 4.33)
Of Wolf and Peace (Providence Paranormal College, #3)
ratings: 21 (avg rating 4.33)
Dragon My Heart Around (Providence Paranormal College, #4)
ratings: 20 (avg rating 4.20)
A Change In Crime: A Supernatural Depression-Era Thriller (La Famiglia di Mostri, #1)
ratings: 14 (avg rating 4.43)