Fees vary depending on the length, genre, and subject matter of your fiction, nonfiction, short stories, memoir, children's picture and chapter book, and Young Adult manuscript.
Submission Guidelines: Double spaced pages @ a 12 point, Times New Roman font.
Besides editing for content and grammar we also focus on your manuscript's ability to compete in today's marketplace and corporate entities.
We edit for sentence structure, spelling, word usage and repetitions, clarity, tension, flow, and readability.
Novels, Nonfiction, Short Stories, YA, Children's Chapter and Picture Books.
Business Tool Kits and Employee Handbooks.
Fiction. We prepare written, in-depth analyses of characters, point of view, tension, suspense, dialogue, sensory and visual imagery, plot, scene, and chapter structure, and writing style.
Nonfiction. Our in-depth written analyses include table of contents, introduction, chapter organization, fact checking, writing style, readability, word, sentence and phrase choices, and research.
While your manuscript is in the editing and proofreading phase, let us prepare your market savvy book proposal.
Included: Cover Letter, table of contents, Introduction, your first three chapters edited and proofread, book summery, marketing research, publicity plan, book comparisons, and resources.
While we analyze, edit, and proofread your manuscript, it's time to contact a Webmaster and build your site.
We write compelling promotional verbiage and advertising to sell your brand and book.
We write winning Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter posts, author and business profiles for you.
Why do all the work? We are here for you.
Included: Researching traditional and Indie publishers according to your genre and nonfiction subject matter. We submit your book proposals, track submissions, and update you with our communications from publishers.
*Please Note: We are not literary agents and do not provide legal counsel or contract negotiations with publishing companies.
We do provide Manuscript Submissions and Tracking Services to traditional publishers.