Brainstorming & Feedback for your Novel.
Hi, I’m Dominic de Souza, Developmental Editor for Catholic Authors.
Catholic authors often feel under siege by modern culture. But we shouldn’t.
We see the world in a unique way. As Catholics, we are heirs to a heritage of fantastic and ancient wealth. The stories we have the potential to tell can set hearts afire, the way the classics do in every generation.
We just need the courage to reach out and grasp the dream. And get help to do it well. We are storytellers. We have to write.
The world needs more Catholic authors.
A second opinion who ‘gets’ you.
Enrich Your Characters
Get to know your characters, deepen their backstories, and clarify their motivations for action.
Thicken Your Plot
Take your story to the next level by brainstorming ways to make it more interesting and exciting.
Get advice, tips and suggestions to improve your style and write with greater clarity.
Fill in Plot Holes
Get the confidence that your story holds together with fresh ideas, and iron out your blind spots.
Like you, I care about your amazing story. Everything is to help you succeed. Get ideas, not criticism.
Catholic to the Core
Being Catholic doesn’t shackle your creativity. It’s a lifeline that helps you explore anything.
“Working with Dominic opened up whole new dimensions to my story that I had never even considered before.”
Eric Harrah, ‘The Sartonian Knight’
Dominic de Souza: Catholic Author, Writing Coach, Developmental Editor.
Theologeek, Entrepeneurd, brand strategist. 2011 Graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature, and lifelove fiction lover.
Ridiculously innovative, inherently curious and regularly driven to fascination by films and fiction, I will help you fascinate your readers.
Tap into a mind reeling with ideas and suggestions. Work with over twenty years of passion for writing and reading to review your work.
‘How to Be a Catholic Author’ Free Ebook
A Mental Reboot for the Modern Fiction Writer
This ebook, ‘How to be a Catholic Author’ tackles head-on the culturally accepted conflict between our Faith and our fiction, and how we resolve it.
We have come from God and inevitably the myths woven by us, though they contain error, will also reflect a splintered fragment of the true light, the eternal truth that is with God.