You've written a book and are now seeking to have it professionally edited. We'll take care of that so you can feel confident about sending it to a literary agent or self-publishing your book. A book that is well structured and free of errors is essential if you want it to succeed in the publishing marketplace. Readers have a low tolerance for poorly written, unedited books. You can minimize bad reviews and rejection by having your manuscript professionally edited by us.
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A manuscript critique is a big-picture assessment of your book and is a recommended first step for every writer. You'll get a detailed editorial letter similar to an agent’s report that addresses your book's strengths and weaknesses, structure, characters, genre, and marketability and includes guidance on revision.
EdiTORIAL LETTER + MARGIN NOTES
Developmental editing is a thorough big-picture edit of your book. You'll get a detailed editorial letter, plus extensive feedback and suggestions inserted into the margins of your manuscript. Lots of coaching on craft and examples will be included.
Line Editing & Copyediting
Line-by-Line Edits & Corrections
Line editing is when we examine your book on the sentence and paragraph level and address awkward or unclear writing, wordiness, redundancies, weak dialogue, and more.
Copyediting is a line-by-line correction of your manuscript, with the goal of making your writing clear and professional. We'll correct errors in grammar, punctuation, and spelling, and any inconsistencies that we find.
Proofreading is the final polish of your book before it's published and is recommended only for previously copyedited manuscripts. We proofread Microsoft Word documents, PDFs, printed galleys, and e-book files (EPUB and MOBI), either on-screen or by hand. This service ensures that your book is free of errors and correctly formatted.
This is a comprehensive editing package and the best option if you plan to contact agents and publishers or self-publish and want your book to stand out from the crowd. With the Everything Edit, you'll get two to three rounds of editing: developmental editing, line editing, and copyediting.