Developmental Editing helps you fine tune the sequence and the order of your book. Have you presented the information in a format that makes sense to the reader; does each piece of information build upon previous material? If you’ve had a few people read drafts of your book and they’re confused, you need developmental editing. A developmental editor may even be able to help you uncover features in your work that will create a powerful experience for your readers.
Line Editing can help you turn a decent book into a highly marketable success by making your manuscript lively and enjoyable to read. A line editor will help you create clear, concise information that your reader can easily follow with the style and voice that best fits your book.
Proofreading ensures that correct grammar, spelling and punctuation are used and that all your facts agree with one another. A proofreader will also make sure that there is no missing information in your book.
Lisa Tener, or one of her colleagues, will help you determine the type of editing you need for your book and help you find the right editor for your needs.
Find the Right Book Editor for Your Needs
Contact me to determine the type of editing you need for your book and I’ll help you find the right editor for your needs.
Note : I work hard to find editors whom I consider top notch–and at different price ranges depending on your budget. I do receive a commission–it will come out of their marketing budget, not your costs.
Or Find a Co-Writer, Book Doctor or Ghostwriter
After writing some of the book or a first draft of a book, some authors decide that they need more than an editor; they need a writer to take their writing to the next level, in order to get published or reach the level of sales they aim for. I can refer aspiring authors to excellent, experienced co-writers, book doctors and ghostwriters, some of whom have worked on New York Times Bestsellers and other award-winning books. Find out more about ghostwriting services.