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“My editor not only listens but is able to execute “my voice” perfectly onto the page. She is very professional and delivers on-time and keeps me accountable as well for my work.”
“It was made clear from moment one that they genuinely believed in me and wanted to help me.”
“Thanks so much, with your help I have been able to get my book finished much sooner than I thought and couldn’t have done it without you.”
“Everyone was professional and timely yet accessible and personable. I am so grateful for the experience and learned so much in addition to finishing my book proposal. I will use your service again for sure!”
“I absolutely loved my editor and would love to work with her again. She was so amazing, professional, prompt and I can tell she put her heart and soul into the work. I’d love the opportunity to be able to work with her again.”
From big-picture content editing to smoothing out your sentences, our editors can help turn your book proposal or manuscript into a polished final draft.
In the case of fiction, the feedback would also include characters and character development, plot, tension, and everything else that goes into creating a riveting novel.
Ready to make sure the content of your book will provide the best experience for your readers? Let’s discuss if a developmental edit is right for you.
You have a completed manuscript and you’re happy with your content and structure—you just want to make sure that your sentences and language are doing their utmost to convey your ideas. A line edit might be right for you.
During a line edit, your editor will go through each sentence and provide suggested edits to polish your prose. With an eye toward grammar, syntax, repetition, and usage, your editor will make sure your content is polished while maintaining your voice and style.
You have a complete and edited manuscript that you are preparing for print and want to make sure there are not any errors. This is where copyediting comes in.
Copyediting addresses errors with punctuation, formatting, spelling, and spacing. This is the final round of editing that takes place before your book goes to the typesetter.