1. What genres do you edit?
While my skills allow me to edit anything that comes across my desk, my specialties are science-fiction, fantasy, and thrillers. To see some of the books I’ve edited, take a look at my portfolio.
2. How much does editing cost?
Rates vary depending on the type of editing you’re looking at and the length of your manuscript. My rates are based on industry averages compiled by the Editorial Freelancers Association. Email me for a no obligation, personalized project quote.
3. What type of editing do I need?
It’s impossible to determine what type of editing you’d most benefit from without seeing a sample of your work. If you’re interested in a free sample edit, submit a 1,200 word sample and your questions. We’ll go from there!
4. Why do I need an editor?
Editors are highly-trained professionals with years of experience in the publishing industry. Our attention to detail and industry-specific knowledge will polish your manuscript and get it ready for publication.
5. How far in advance do I need to book editing services?
It’s best to reserve your spot six to eight weeks in advance, though I book up to six months in advance if you’d rather get up my calendar early!
6. Do you offer payment plans?
Yes. Editing is a necessary investment, but I know your budget might be limited. I require a deposit upon booking, and then we can split your remaining balance into weekly or bi-weekly payments. The full project balance must be paid no later than one month after project completion. If you’re interested in a payment plan, please let me know when you inquire about my availability.
Have other questions not addressed on this page? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll answer within 48 business hours.
7. What is your copyright policy?
All content posted on this website is original work and copyrighted to me, unless stated otherwise through attribution or express permission.
I have a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License on this site. This Creative Commons License means that you are not allowed to use my work commercially or share derivatives of this work without written permission from me. This does not mean that you can’t share my work through social media or link back to my posts. Sharing is caring, but stealing is bad!
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To contact me about copyright, derivative work, freelance projects, or just to say hi, please send me an e-mail at email@example.com! I’d love to hear from you.