What is Developmental Editing?
Developmental editing takes a “big picture” approach when assessing your manuscript, which includes structure, form, plot, character development, and more. This type of editing doesn’t typically fix sentence-level errors, such as grammar, punctuation, and syntax.
What is Technical Editing?
Technical editing is a process of combing your manuscript for errors. Copy editing looks for grammar, language, and syntax errors. Line editing is more intensive, looking for inconsistencies in the flow of ideas, tone, and style. Line editing also addresses redundancy and awkward sentence and paragraph construction.
What is a Book Review?
A book review is a critical analysis of the book from the eyes of your intended audience. This service is for authors who have already had a technical and developmental element; they are ready to publish or have already published their book.
What services do we offer?
We provide thorough feedback on a manuscript by analyzing characterization, dialogue, and plot holes. We also evaluate grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors, and more in-depth editing. We can also focus on any particular areas you have a specific concern. See our Services section for details on services and pricing.