Editing with Frank is like adding game genie to your creative process. You think you play the game just fine on your own until you experience flying, invincibility, and other superpowers which show you how much more had been possible. Working with Frank on my short story allowed me to see it — as well as my writing process in general — from an entirely new perspective, generating greater aesthetic sensitivity, ambition, and achievement! Much more than an editor, Frank is the sympathetic critic and the inspiring collaborator for whom every writer longs. Thinking I should probably write something soon just for the chance to work with him again.

Erin Rose Glass, Associate Director & Digital Humanities Coordinator at the UC San Diego Center for the Humanities and Co-Founder of Social Paper

Frank has all the attributes of the type of editor who can make a real difference in an author’s career—not just making a book better but making an author better. I don’t say that lightly or to very many people.

Jennifer Lawler, Editing Teacher through University of California–San Diego, the Loft Literary Center, and the Editorial Freelancers Association Education Program

[Frank] got back to me with his notes on the BLOOD OF SAINTS and if you need a beta-reader, he is definitely someone to go for. His commentary is insightful and he precisely pinpointed the flaws in my manuscript. His feedback was invaluable.

Dorian Dawes, independent author of Mercs!