Do you need that poster designed, like, yesterday?
Is grammar keeping you up at night?
Does your plot feel off, but you just can’t put your finger on it?
Is that opening hook plaguing you?
With my help, it’s nothing you can’t handle.
My skills will help you tone up your literary voice so that it catches the attention of agents and editors, refine your manuscript until it’s error free, and organize your unique ideas into impressive works ready for publication. So roll up your sleeves and get ready for a thrilling adventure!
My services include
- developmental editing,
- manuscript evaluations,
- formatting and typesetting,
- and more!
What Type of Editing Service
Do You Need?
(Also known as content editing.) Helping the writer improve the broader elements of the manuscript. Includes but is not limited to plot, structure, characters, and pacing.
(Also known as a manuscript assessment or editorial assessment.) A report on the large-scale, developmental strengths and weaknesses of a manuscript. Mentions any broad issues the author should address. Generally covers the same elements as developmental editing.
(Also known as line editing.) Helping the writer improve the language, clarity, and flow of content. Includes but is not limited to usage, cohesion, dialogue, and logic.
Improving the technical and word-level elements of text. Includes but is not limited to spelling, grammar, punctuation, and syntax.
Arranging the text and graphics in preparation for publication. Includes but is not limited to types or fonts, formatting, text density, and sizes.
The final check before the book’s distribution in print or eBook form. Combing through the edited and prepared document for any technical errors. Includes but is not limited to punctuation, capitalization, and formatting.
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award-winning published author
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Professor of English, Brigham Young University
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—Rebecca Schwope, fiction author
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Whitney Award–winning author of Traitor
Shamir Association, Riga, Latvia
“Not only is she super professional, but she’s really helping fine-tune my ideas (nonfiction book) so that they’ll bring true value to the reader. If you’re looking for someone who loves what they do . . . I’d get in touch with her immediately.”