Want to get published?
Then two sets of eyes are better than one!
Do you have a book, short story (children's or adult's) or newsletter
that requires some editing? Then you're in luck.
It doesn't matter what you write. The important part in subbing a
manuscript is to have it as honed as possible. Submitting a story
riddled with errors will only guarantee a rejection letter. And a
writer is not always the best judge to spot their own flaws. This is
where the second pair of eyes may be helpful.
* spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, plot movement, character
profile, POV and word usage...basically everything possible to tighten
your manuscript before submitting to a publication venue.
page is based on: double spaced, 250-words, 12-point font (Times or
Courier), 1" margins.
$1.00 per page.
GUIDELINES TO FOLLOW:
Send me a query with a write up on your book, word count, along with
your name and tentative date when you'd like the edits back.
Depending on how large the project is, I will either ask for half of the
payment (either Paypal or a cheque) up front or as soon as the project
Funds are in US$.
Along with the edits, comments to reflect a 'reader's' point of view
will also be offered.
Feel free to email me at:
Frequently Asked Questions:
Canít I just send my manuscript to an agent or publisher as is?
course you can. Just remember that most publishing houses want to see a
polished and presentable manuscript. This will open the door for you.
You want to captivate the editor from the beginning. A manuscript
riddled with mistakes will only close that door before they have had a
chance to glimpse your story. This is why you need the services of a
Will you guarantee I will be
represented and/or published if you edit my work?
I wish I could but it would be untrue and unethical for me to offer such
a guarantee. What I do offer is to give your manuscript the best
chance to be read by a publisher by pointing out and editing items you
may have missed.
Who is this service geared for?
all types of fiction and novels written by novice or seasoned writers.