And that’s a wrap, right? Let’s have a look.
There’s something about wrapping up a story that just soothes a writer’s soul – until it’s time for the editing process. But the beauty of having an impartial editor is that I can make those tough calls that you’re a tad too close to, like character development, subplot construction, and whether your whodunit leaves readers on the edges of their seats, or frequently checking the number of pages left until the inevitable reveal.
- General read-through: includes a breakdown of strengths and weaknesses, suggested guidelines for improvement, and overall impressions. $1/page
- Line edit: the notes from a general read-through, plus line-by-line grammar, punctuation, and syntax. I’ll also offer some light feedback in terms of voice, tone, dialogue, world-building, pacing, and character development at my discretion. $0.05/word
- Developmental edit: the line edit, as well as a more in-depth analysis of plot progression, story flow, structure, length versus reader return, and more. Note that this service is not for the faint of heart, and will likely yield a murdered darling or two. $0.10/word