In February 2014, The Brielle Agency partnered with UK-based publisher Accomplish Press to offer editing services to their publishing clients. The partnership, based on mutual interest, will link Accomplish Press clients to the outstanding editing services provided by the Brielle Agency, and link the Brielle Agency's clients to the superb and high-rated publishing services provided by Accomplish Press. To date, the Brielle Agency has been contracted to assist two clients with their soon-to-be-published manuscripts. We're excited about the wonderful opportunity to work with just a reputable company, as we strive to continue to grow as a first-rate business, while serving our world-class, first-rate clients.
The Brielle Agency has joined GalleyCat's Freelance Editor Directory online. The directory is a free service offered by Media Bistro's GalleyCat to freelance editors looking for clients, and for writers searching for editorial services. We think the directory is a wonderful idea that would assist both editors and writers to find matches that work best for their needs.

The coolest thing about the directory is that it is downloadable as an excel spreadsheet.

We've heard it said time and time again that we reap what we sow, and yet many of us refuse to use this as a guiding principle in the way we approach our writing careers. Reaping what one sows is a natural principle to life. You cannot go and harvest on someone's farm something you did not plant. 

He who does not work, must not eat. He who does not sow, must not reap. When applied to our writing careers, many of us have found this premise to be the driving force of either our failures or our successes.

If you work on honing your craft, you will see yourself get better with time. And if you don't, you will find yourself in the same place you've always been - envying other writers who are staying up nights to hone their craft and wondering why things come to them so easily. I can't say much on this topic because the principle in itself is as clear as night and day. YOU will reap what YOU sow! It's as simple as that.