The cover may be the first thing someone sees when they look at your book, but the words inside are the most important. Having an editor that supports you and your voice is of the upmost importance. Our editorial staff has worked on several books and magazines and are ready to help you. Depending on the size of your manuscript, we have options available based on the type of editing:
Copy Editing: The "five Cs" summarize the copy editor's job, which is to make the copy clear, correct, concise, comprehensible, and consistent. From Wikipedia
Line Editing: This style focuses on the most important part of your book—the language, the words that convey your story. Errors in mechanics or awkward sentence structure can take away from the reading experience. A line editor goes through your manuscript, checking for grammar, punctuation, spelling, consistency and word usage, and assists with final rewrites. From The Polished Pen
Developmental Editing: A developmental editor may guide an author (or group of authors) in conceiving the topic, planning the overall structure and developing an outline, and may coach authors in their writing, chapter by chapter. From Development Editing: A Handbook for Freelancers, Authors, and Publishers.
We are the only company that offers a Three-Step Editing option, where a team of editors will work with you to polish your manuscript. You get to approve every change and we will do our best to preserve your voice, and make your story the best it can be.
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