Let’s get another set of eyes on your book!
What kind of editing do you need?
Developmental editors do a deep-dive into your manuscript. They look at big picture things like plot holes and any problems with characters. When they are done, the manuscript may have changed substantially.
Line editing focuses on making sure your language at the sentence and paragraph level is conveying the message you want to your audience in the way you want. This is kind of a bridge between developmental editing and copy editing.
Copy editors make sure your content is consistent, cohesive, and complete by reviewing the content for punctuation, grammar, and spelling errors, as well as inconsistencies and repetition.
Proofreading is the last step before publishing. The proofreader looks for errors in spelling, punctuation, formatting, and typos.
I do copyediting and proofreading.
Copyediting & Proofreading
- I will check everything I do for proofreading.
- Check flow
- Check consistency
- Flag text that could use rewording to ensure comprehension and readability.
- Make a style guide (if needed)
- Check for errors in grammar
- Check for errors in spelling
- Check for errors in punctuation
- Check for errors in formatting
- Check consistency in spelling, capitalization, font usage, numerals, and hyphenation