You’ve written a masterpiece that’s going to change the world, but it needs some polish. Let me help.
Or you have a perfect manuscript and need the interior and cover designed and ready for print. Let me help.
Or the world of self-publishing is too much to bear and you need help getting your book to press. Let me help. Thankfully, you don’t have to go at it alone.
Unlike writing and design, the fee for every editing job varies. Why? Because every author is different and every web page, article, and book needs something different.
Before I give an editing quote, I ask for a sample of the writing to be edited. I then edit a short part of the sample for the writer to review. If the writer likes what I’ve done, I give a quote—not an estimate—for the job. Only when the price is agreed upon do we move forward.
The benefits are mutual. If you come to me with a project that just needs a final read, your price will be much lower than if your book has grammar, spelling, and usage mistakes throughout and needs some developmental help. Also, reviewing a sample gives me a chance to determine if I will enjoy working on the project. If I don’t feel I’m a good fit, I tell you this before any money is exchanged, wish you the best, and will even point you to someone who may better suit you.