Emerging Ink Solutions is an independent editing service, helping authors, writers, and professionals of all ages, skill levels, and walks of life produce beautiful and sleek works of writing. Emerging Ink provides the highest level of editorial and formatting services as well as guidance and advice regarding the development of books, essays, manuscripts, and poetry.
Emerging Ink Solutions differs from other editorial services by working intimately with writers to walk them through the complex aspects of their works. All clients retain 100 percent of their rights and enjoy a close, personal relationship with the editor.
For those wishing to pitch to traditional publishers, Emerging Ink Solutions helps authors fine-tune manuscripts in preparation for agent and publishing company queries. All genres, both fiction and non-fiction, are welcome. Children's picture books are not usually handled by Emerging Ink Solutions.
Kara Scrivener Owner/Editor - Fiction & Nonfiction
Kara Scrivener (M.A.) has been in the writing/editing business for over 15 years, serving clients from around the world. She founded Emerging Ink Solutions to help the individual author self-publish their work professionally and affordably.
Kara began her career as a Young Adult/New Adult Fiction author. While working on her own books, she provided editing and writing services to friends, family, and acquaintances. When it became apparent that she had quite the talent for providing guidance, constructive advice, and a creative touch, she began taking on projects as a freelance editor and writer, working with clients worldwide.
In 2018, Kara launched Emerging Ink Solutions when she realized that authors - especially those new to the industry - were in need of friendly and professional help to prepare their works for publication/self-publication. Because of this, she greatly encourages fledgling writers to submit their works for editing and formatting.
Kara graduated in 2012 from the University of Arkansas' prestigious Communication Department with a Masters of Arts in Communication with special emphasis in ESL Education and Mass Media Communication. She also holds a double-major in International Relations and Asian Studies and a minor in Japanese.
In her spare time, she enjoys playing video games with her husband, working on her own books, playing the piano, traveling, and chasing her rambunctious child. Kara likes reading a bit of everything, but she especially loves science-fiction, fantasy, dystopian fiction, historical fiction, and non-fiction historical texts.