Tuesday, October 11, 2011

2Rivers Communication & Design

So, you've written your book. Now it's time to edit and proof read. You and your friends may have given your manuscript the eagle eye, but doesn't a professional edit and an author's package sound ideal? How would you like someone in the know to do your indexing, back cover copy, promotions, and walk you through social media and branding?

Dianna Graveman is no stranger to writing, editing and publishing. She has been an elementary school teacher, a college faculty member, editor and outstanding corporate employee.

2 Rivers Communication and Design has been launched. Dianna offers editing and writing services from small scale to large scale projects. She wears so many "hats" it is difficult to keep up with her. Her work ethic is amazing and her diligence astounding. Those who know her can attest. Those of you who don't know Dianna Graveman, please check out 2 Rivers Communication & Design by clicking HERE . Move your cursor across her page and spend a moment of your day getting to know Dianna and the services she offers. Stop by her Facebook Page and LIKE it. Let's help this small business owner get her business off the ground. Pass the word on to others, please.

8 comments:

jabblog said...

She sounds the right sort of person to know:-)

Vicki Rocho said...

How exciting. Thanks for the update.

Chatty Crone said...

This is a keeper for me - thanks. sandie

diannagraveman said...

Thanks for mentioning this, Linda! You're the best!

Dianna

BECKY said...

I saw Dianna's new 2Rivers blog and website and they're very professional....just like Dianna!

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Thanks for the link and the reference. I'll hang onto both.

Val Thevictorian said...

Like Angelina Jolie told Whoopi Goldberg in Girl, Interrupted, when informed that her aorta was in her chest, not her neck: "Good to know."

I'll save that link. Just in case I can ever finish my work-in-progress. Which I would probably have a better shot at if I didn't waste so much time Googling obscure movie references.

Lynn said...

I'd recommend Dianna too!