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We will review and compose what is known as an “editorial letter” a summary highlighting all the story issues we have come across in your book, guided by your writing style.
Developmental editing may completely shake up the foundation of your manuscript, resulting in a substantial rewrite. You may have to reconsider certain plot elements, characters, settings, or conversations that aren’t telling your story the way you think.
It’s worth the time to ensure your book is telling the story you
want, and we will you stay on track.
This involves ensuring your style of writing is consistent, and that the text flows organically from one sentence to the next.
We also check the work for grammar, punctuation, and continuity, providing suggestions on how to best convey your message.
In addition to content editing, we will act as fact checkers, which is especially necessary if your writing is nonfiction and involves vetting of real information.
Although there will most likely be a proofreading stage, we will ensure in this stage that the text is as error-free as possible.
Proofreading entails thoroughly examining a text for errors before it is published or shared.
It is the final stage of the writing process in which we correct minor spelling and punctuation errors, typos, formatting problems, and inconsistencies.
Proofreading is required for every content that will be distributed to an audience, whether it is an academic paper, a job application,
an online post, or a printable flyer.
Professional proofreading can ensure that your work is perfect and up to quality.
We take on projects for individuals who don’t have the time or skills to bring their idea or lived experience to life on paper.
Many times this is done when a person cannot or does not want to write their own book, but has a strong idea for one.
We write non-fiction or fictional books, blogs, podcast scripts or video scripts, magazine articles etc.
We can do the writing collaboratively, or you can provide the material and leave us to our craft.
We can also improve the quality of a script by editing or rewriting your material.
Press releases are an effective way to communicate information about upcoming events or important news.
Press releases allow you or your organization to communicate directly with the community, show your perspective on events or recent developments, and gain publicity for your cause.
You should consider press releases only when you have news that you want the public to share, for example:
- News of upcoming public events
- Reports of recent public events
- Reports of organizational changes that may be of interest to the
- Reports of awards, prizes, grants or publications connected with