Book of the Month: Lionhearts
Manuscript Assessment and Feedback on Your Book: $549.00
Ray Keating will read your book, and provide an “Assessment and Feedback” memo that offers thorough thoughts and suggestions, such as on story, plot, characters, dialogue, clarity, consistency and structure. Throughout his career in writing, business and teaching, Keating has always appreciated constructive feedback for his own efforts, and believes that such feedback is critical for authors and entrepreneurs. Ray Keating’s “Assessment and Feedback” service focuses on the complete book, pointing out the positives and suggested areas for improvement.
After payment, within a few hours, you will receive an email with instructions on how to submit your manuscript (in Word format).
Please allow 4-6 weeks for completion.
Who is Ray Keating?
Ray Keating’s books include eleven Pastor Stephen Grant novels and short stories – with two more books coming later in 2019 – and related guide books. He also has written seven nonfiction books, with a new series of career, business and daily productivity books coming in late 2019.
Keating also is an entrepreneur; an economist; a podcaster (including “Ray Keating’s Authors and Entrepreneurs Podcast”); and the editor/publisher/columnist for DisneyBizJournal.com. He has written thousands of newspaper columns and op-eds, and online articles; dozens of magazine articles; and thousands of economic and policy papers and analyses. This includes Keating’s work as a former weekly columnist for Newsday, Long Island Business News, and the New York City Tribune, and pieces appearing in such publications as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, New York Post, Los Angeles Daily News, The Boston Globe, National Review, The Washington Times, Investor’s Business Daily, New York Daily News, Detroit Free Press, Chicago Tribune, Providence Journal Bulletin, TheHill.com, Touchstone magazine, Townhall.com, Newsmax, RealClearMarkets.com and Cincinnati Enquirer.
For a decade, Keating also was a college professor who taught assorted MBA courses, including Advanced Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
He speaks on a wide range of issues relating to his books, writing, entrepreneurship, policy and the economy.