Many new authors make the mistake of thinking their book is finished when they type “The End.” Nothing is farther from the truth, even if you’ve gone through it yourself numerous times. It’s your baby and perfect in every way, right? Wrong!

Even if you’re highly trained and qualified as a grammar Nazi, finding issues in your own work is extraordinarily difficult. Yet, there’s no bigger turn-off to most readers than trying to read a book that is riddled with errors. This is why you should hire a qualified editor.

But it’s not that simple.

Did you know there are numerous types of editors? Yet many authors expect to hand their manuscript over to an editor who will proceed to correct every typo, reword every awkward sentence, identify every rogue (or missing) comma, and catch any scientific faux pas that violates the known laws of physics. If that’s what you’re looking for, we can do that! Most others don’t.

On the other hand, if you just want someone to proofread your work for typos and missing words, which are so difficult to catch in your own work, we can do that, too.


Line, Copy, and Content Editing

Editorial Staff