Are you just beginning your search for an editor?
This is a great place to start.
Introduction to Editing
If you’ve never worked with an editor before, or if you’d like to start small and explore the possibilities, our Introduction to Editing service is a great way to begin.
After we get to know you and your writing goals, we’ll critique and line edit your first ten pages to help you get a clear picture of how your story is coming across and how it could be improved.
You’ll work with two expert editors: a substantive editor and a line editor. The first will critique your pages and send a brief editorial letter addressing their strengths and weaknesses. The second will meet you online for a 60-minute collaborative editing session.
After your critique and line-editing sessions, you’ll have a full hour to discuss strategies for revision, development, and publication, if that’s your goal.
Read More about Working with Editors
From ALLi (Alliance of Independent Authors): Do Novice Authors Really Need an Editor?
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From Jane Friedman’s Blog: The Comprehensive Guide to Finding, Hiring, and Working with an Editor
From Kindlepreneur: Master Guide to Selecting the Best Book Editor
From MasterClass: How to Find the Best Book Editor: A Complete Guide
From Reedsy: Finding the Right Book Editor
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