We Love These Guys.
For all our superpowers, there are things we at RAR! don't do ourselves. Fortunately, we know awesome people who do all the things we don't. Click on the logos below to open a new tab.
the editorial department
When it comes to editing, there’s no one we trust more than Ross Browne and his team at TED. And we don’t just mean proofreading; they can help with outlining, story development, line editing, copy editing — and yes, proofreading.
Monica Haynes does fantastic book covers for all formats, plus branded promotional graphics so you can have a consistently professional look across media. Her prices are competitive, she's great with series branding, her turnaround is usually quick, and she's a doll to work with.
write dream repeat
If you need someone to design and typeset your book’s interior, look no further. Colleen Sheehan at Write Dream Repeat is creative, efficient, and fun. She doesn’t just understand typography, she gets excited about it, which is just what you want in a designer.
Need a logo for your imprint? An illustration for your book? Cool art for your walls? Sam Edwards is the MAN. He can do cartoonish, fantastical, realistic — nearly any style, in a wide variety of media. He's also easy to work with, and we're not just saying that because he shares our love of Star Trek.
Creating a good website is complicated, with aspects of marketing, computer coding, design ... it's a whole big thing, not easily attempted by ordinary folk. My peeps at Smart Author Sites make it simple, affordable, and appealing, and their patience is phenomenal.
Beth is our go-to diva for marketing strategy and planning, an excellent writer and editor, and simply one of the smartest people we know.
We’d be jealous of her many talents if we didn’t love her so much.
Sean Sexton at OCG is knowledgeable, patient, and remarkably easy to talk to for a computer guy. If you need help with the technical side of promotion — everything from SEO to website troubleshooting — he's all over it. He also teaches martial arts to kids. That has nothing to do with his web skills, we just think it's cool.