“Dummy” Hanson

October 12th, 2017 in History by April Michelle Davis 0

Dummy Hanson – Edited

Esten “Dummy” Hanson was born deaf. He couldn’t hear the applause or the jeers. But he sure could pitch a baseball. He was one of Minnesota’s premier amateur baseball pitchers in the early 1900s. “Dummy” Hanson is about a boy who grows into a man with a love and a talent and how he overcomes his challenges to pursue that love.

April Michelle Davis was hired to substantively edit this manuscript. For some, this may be a tedious process, but for April Michelle, it is mind enhancing as she fact checked and corrected grammatical errors, while preparing the manuscript for the publisher and keeping in close contact with the author.