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If you are a non-person of color, who wishes to tell a story from a Black person's point of view or write with a Black audience in mind and aren't sure your words (or your true message) will be offensive, please get a sensitivity read before you go any further in the publishing process.
A sensitivity read (up to $1,500) includes a thorough overview of your content from the perspective of a marginalized reader. (i.e., Black, female, etc.) You will receive detailed notes that target your intended audience, as opposed to who your perceived audience might be. If you said one thing, but meant another, let's be safe and err on the side of caution instead of playing it safe and not having it confirmed.
"Putting your manuscript into the hands of a professional editor can be nerve-wracking, especially if your story deals with sensitive issues as mine does. It can be a nerve-wracking process, wondering if you've 'gotten it right.' From the very beginning, Shaundale made that process less daunting. I wasn't looking for just any editor for my manuscript; I wanted someone who would not hold back and 'shoot straight' with me. Shaundale went above and beyond my expectations. Her eye for detail, professionalism, and keen insight helped my novel immeasurably. But it's really her love of stories, whether it's fiction or non-fiction, that drives Shaundale, and this passion, coupled with her positivity and encouragement that makes her a complete joy to work with." Jenna Robinson
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Shaundale Rénā is an American multi-award-winning editor and author. She is also a #1 Amazon bestselling author. Her clients can be found working regular day jobs or on Facebook's Red Table Talk. She holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems from Grambling State University and a certification in Technical Writing from the University of Texas at Arlington. Shaundale has trained under the Author Accelerator book coaching certification program with Jennie Nash and enjoys reading, writing, fine dining, and traveling. She has edited books released under Adam's Media (a subsidiary of Simon and Schuster) and Lake Union Press (a subsidiary of Amazon Publishing), in addition to self-published titles and corporate projects in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI). Her projects have garnered both national and international acclaim as #1 Amazon bestsellers and independently published books in various genres (IPPY and BIBA Awards).
Shaundale is also the author of three published books and a contributing author for three additional publications, one of which includes The People's Lawyer (#1 Amazon New Release Lawyers & Judges 2023) and another that includes If Only I Knew Then What I Know Now (#16 Amazon Self-Help/Self-Esteem 2017). A professional by day and an artist by night, she balances both worlds by watching all things Marvel and DC―hence the persona @StonyRhodes―and celebrates her first trilogy being voted the 2016 Crystal Awards Best Newcomer on Wattpad.com.com.
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