fees - 2022

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The Hills of North Carolina -- pastel drawing by Mimi Seton
EDITING and COPY EDITING FEES
35 - 55  USD / h.  depending on the text - to be discussed before payment
30 EUR / h
40 EUR / h.
50 EUR / h.

BOOK EDITING:
Mimi will read the first 20 pages of your book and propose a price to edit and copy edit the entire manuscript -- either, or both.  A book between 185 and 300 pages will generally cost between 3000 and 5000 USD to edit, copy edit and proof read.  If you hire a second person for any of those functions, you reduce Mimi's rate.  Price reductions are sometimes made for people working on books addressing important social issues.

COACHING WRITERS & OTHER ARTISTS:

 

90 min $175
          ....from American Screen Actors' Guild
 
“Mimi ~ You are such a wonderful teacher!  I loved watching you in action! The evaluations were all good;  our members really enjoyed your workshop and want you back again.  You handle yourself with  grace, intelligence, humor and patience – all very important things in a teacher (and a person). I’m so glad we finally met – you’re one of those people I could converse with all day long!  Thank you so much, Mimi, for your time and energy. We really appreciate it and hope you’ll come back again.”
 
Stacey Jackson, NY Program Director  ~ SAG Foundation

PSYCHIC INTUITIVE READINGS 

60 min. readings:


$ 175. USD or 150 EUR

30 min. reading:

90 USD or 80 EUR

 

Process:

1. pay here

2. e-mail mimiseton123@gmail. com

Give her two options convenient for your reading --
with dates and times

Choose Skype, Zoom, Facetime or WhatsApp

She will get back to you within 24 hours to schedule your reading.

Remember she lives in France and works between
9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Paris time

A little treat to help you relax in stressful times.
Words and music by Mimi Seton
Vocals by Matthew Gonder
Played by the Louis Durra Trio
Recorded at Architecture Studio, L.A., Scott Fraser - engineer

 All photos, art, lyrics and music on this site c. mimiseton 2021

 with the exception of the photo by Murray Ngoima