so they say

“I have been working on my comedic novel for years, on and off. After making it to the quarter finals of a Writer’s Guild competition, I sent my novel out only to learn it needed a lot of work. I was discouraged and wasn’t sure how to fix it. Along came Tracy DeBrincat, Editor Extraordinaire. She has an eye and an ear for details, inconsistencies, structural flaws and how to fix them. She gave me a clear roadmap to fix my novel, examples of similar writing to help me, page-by-page comments, incisive critique and all delivered with kindness. She is fantastic. She has given me hope. Every novelist needs a Tracy DeBrincat.”

— Denise Munro Robb, “Cautionary Tales of Love” (in progress)


“I’ve known Tracy for many years, first as a stunning, fresh-voiced ultra-human writer, then as an insightful, accurate and inspiring critic of both my work and other writers I know. Tracy identifies problem areas, but more importantly, she provides solutions within the style or theme of the piece. When I need objective and constructive help, I turned to Tracy with poetry, fiction and, and especially, for me, screenplays. It’s always been the right move. My highest recommendation!”

— Roger Soffer, Screenwriter


“Working with Tracy is almost magical, like sparklers on your birthday cake and every wish comes true. Her expertise and intuitive insights into character and story take your script to the next level and beyond. Tracy is an absolute gem!”

— Deborah George, co-author “Ignatius Rising: The Life of John Kennedy Toole”

fact: i would rather feel like a sparkling birthday cupcake than eat one.

fact: i would rather feel like a sparkling birthday cupcake than eat one.