“Cassandra Chaput was an immense help in the final editing of my novel, These Bright and Lovely Nightmares. She took the time and effort necessary to find errors, ask questions, and give me feedback on a large work. She was always upbeat and helpful, and any criticism was made in a professional manner. Working with her helped me to fine tune my work. I’m now confident that my book is ready for others to read, and Cassandra played a role in helping me see it through. She will not disappoint you.” – Giovanni Diaz (Twitter @GioWritesStuff)

“Cass has such an attention to detail and is so professional, I could not have gotten through my rounds of revisions without her! She will get excited about your story and characters with you while also providing insight. I don’t know if I would have gotten published without her help!” – Taylor Balasavage (Twitter @tmbsavage)

“In 2019 I was searching for a sensitivity reader for my (at that time) upcoming release, The Stranger. I connected with Cassandra through Twitter and after chatting, she agreed to tackle reading The Stranger. Not only did Cassandra read and provide feedback based off my sensitivity reader needs, she also provided extremely thorough feedback on the flow of the story, some key scenes and offered up some suggestions, which made for an amazing experience. I would highly recommend Cassandra for anyone looking for editing, copy editing, sensitivity reading or even just feedback on readability!” – Steve Stred (Twitter @stevestred)

“When I first hired Cass to beta read my book I never expected such detailed and vigorous notes from it. She caught grammar/typo mistakes I completely missed myself. I was pleasantly surprised at the level of detail and professionalism of her work, being the perfect watchdog my book needed to shine! She’s the perfect helping hand you desperately need and is a breath of fresh air against the more unreliable sort every writer has to deal with!” – Dylan Armstrong (Twitter @astrongwriter)

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