For Writers

Writing tips:

All sorts of writing tips can be found on the internet. Some are worth your time, and some are not. The best advice is to keep reading, learning, writing, and trusting your instincts. At some point, you will also need someone you can trust to help you develop your writing skills.

Be proactive about your unique journey

There are many paths to the same goal. I chose to study a university program, because I knew I needed a structured environment to learn the basics. I also knew I needed to interact with other writers who were serious about writing. This provided a middle ground where I felt safe enough to experiment with my work. Your journey won’t be the same. Take the plunge, trust what feels right for you, and take the steps that will bring you closer to your goal.

Supercharge your creativity

Be ready for the surprises your imagination throws at you. If you are lucky enough to have a mentor who will read your work regularly and give critical feedback, that is ideal.

If this is more than a hobby for you and you feel you’re ready, you can employ a professional editor to help you improve your manuscript. Finding an editor is difficult, and it can have disastrous results if you choose the wrong person.


Style guides

For Australian publications, I use the Macquarie Dictionary and the Style manual for authors, editors and printers (6th edition); for US publications, I use the Chicago Manual of Style and the Merriam-Webster Dictionary. I can also edit according to your own defined style, and I can create style sheets for consistency throughout the manuscript.


I was uncertain when it came to editors, as the last editor I used didn’t tell me where I went wrong or what should be fixed up. Then I met Georgia, and she led me in the right direction. It was uplifting, and my faith in editors has been renewed. I know that finding a great editor is a little daunting because you have just put all your time and effort into something that is valuable to you. But believe me, it is worth having your work looked over by someone professional. Thanks Georgia for making my dreams believable. You rock!! And I look forward to working with you some more. Cheers.

—Wanika Fazekas, Author of Contemporary Romance Ella.


I really enjoyed working with Georgia. The lines of communication were always open so any questions either of us had were promptly dealt with. Georgia not only understood my style but her edits made the text of my manuscript flow seamlessly. I truly benefited and learned to hone my writing skills through her valuable suggestions/edits. I was also impressed by the speed and accuracy of her assessment, particularly her attention to the detail at pinpointing any kind of problem. I would highly recommend Georgia Carter Mathers. I believe I learned better skills through her editing and it’s helped me to become a better writer.

Kim Michelle Ross

Editing Fees

I may start taking in new clients at the beginning of 2020. I have previously quoted prices here, but the reality is that some projects require more work than others. The different stages of editing can’t be charged at the same rate. My fees reduce per word according to the length of the project. If there is more work involved, I will charge more, and that is fair. I can’t work for nothing. If you’d like a quote, please send me a one thousand word sample of your manuscript, and I’ll be able to give you a quote and turnaround time.

For those authors who would like to book ahead of time, I charge a booking fee of 20%, 30% on commencement, and 50% when I complete the editing.

If you come to me requiring immediate commencement and I am available, I charge 50% on commencement of the editing and 50% when I complete.


Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

Associate Degree in Creative Writing

Graduate Certificate in Publishing

Contact me

To book an editing slot, my email address is info[at]

Your contact details will remain private. Please see the privacy policy. Unless you want to proceed with a job, I won’t contact you otherwise.