About Me

Hi, I’m Saeah.

I’m a freelance creative projects manager, writer, and editor based in Asheville, North Carolina. I specialize in helping people publish and distribute their books independently.

I’ve been a marine engineer, a dog walker, an event planner, writer, photographer, content marketer, editor, an officer in the Navy, executive assistant, yoga teacher, an energy auditor, beta reader, rock climber, researcher, and content marketer – among other things. I hope that as I get older, this list grows longer – not for accomplishment but as a testament to my love of learning and exploring.

I was born in South Korea and immigrated to the United States when I was six years old. I moved around a lot as a kid and even more as an adult, so I’ve never had a good answer to the question, ‘Where are you from?’ Over the past five years, I’ve lived in six different countries. I like how it challenges my perspectives. Very few things are right or wrong – only different.

I’m happiest when I’m learning and when I’m building something – turning an idea into something tangible and realized. And more than anything, I love storytelling — the stories behind the smiles on strangers’ faces, how songs are created, why a dog might be fearful. I pursue these stories because it strengthens my connection to the world. And in any moment, there are an infinite to pursue.

My life has always been centered around books. As a kid, my favorite destination was the library. And that’s still true now. I collect my favorite books in various languages. I love the look and feel of a well designed book in my hands. I sold all my stuff but kept my 30 boxes of books. My friends sigh when I drag them into a bookstore because they know I’ll never want to leave. I find solace in libraries. My favorite travel spots are local indie bookstores.

So it’s natural, that I found a home in helping others publish their books. Most days, it feels like a dream job.

Learn how you can work with me here. And see what I’m working on now.

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  • I have an almost unhealthy obsession with Japanese literature. I especially love Yasunari Kawabata.
  • I used to rock climb A LOT. I was beginning to work 5.12s before I got injured (not from climbing).
  • I own Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami in nine languages. I look for them on my travels.
  • Even though I’d love to be the kind of person who reads one book at a time, I often read five books at once.
  • I think bugs are cool.
  • My favorite country is Japan (don’t tell my Korean mom).
  • In one year, I lived in 5 countries. Some people would say traveled to, but I say lived because I went on one-way tickets with no real plans to leave.
  • I once stayed with a mountain sheep herder I met during a summit hike to Mulhacén (the highest peak in Spain) after running of out food. I was young and unprepared but it also led to my favorite travel story. We had the best conversations even though he spoke no English and I spoke very little Spanish.
  • I’m the world’s worst tourist.