The vision for Rabbit & Leo is a business that offers not just writing and editing, but coaching and guidance. Rabbit & Leo is dedicated to a one-on-one approach combining my extrovert personality with my knowledge and love for editing and writing. The result is the ability to give my clients my attention, focus, and offer them perfection with their products. Rabbit & Leo is not a point-and-click editing mill, but a personal, long-lasting, and amicable relationship that strives to adhere to each client's individual needs.
In 1997, at the age of ten, I wrote, created, and distributed a monthly "e-zine" (back then, "electronic magazine") to over 1,000 subscribers I single-handedly obtained through America Online. That magazine was called "Beanie Chaos" and it was then I found my undeniable passion: writing and editing. Though it hasn't always been easy, I've kept with it and my payoff is happening right now, helping others through the creation of Rabbit & Leo.
Prior to my decision to become a full-time freelancer, I worked both contractually and full-time with companies such as Universal Orlando Resort, Google, Marriott, Xulon Press, and Salem Media Group. Some of my work can be found on my portfolio site, Contently.
I have worked on many genres, but mostly nonfiction: autobiographies, memoir, how-to, self-help, and Christian devotionals.
Taylor Graham is the owner and editor of Rabbit & Leo.
Education: University of Central Florida (2009, Bachelor of Arts, Interpersonal/Organizational Communication, English: Writing)
The University of Chicago (in progress, Graduate Certificate, Editing)
Professional memberships: San Diego Professional Editors Network (SDPEN), American Copy Editors Society (ACES), Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi)
Born in the Year of the Rabbit. A Leo through and through. Team Oxford Comma.
Guilty pleasure: Dateline and 48 Hours
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