Get your Book Professionally Edited
However well written your book is, it does not get the professional touch unless it gets edited and proofread by a good editor.
Content editing, also known as developmental editing, looks at the overall structure of the book. The editor checks your manuscript for factual errors, discrepancies and a logical flow. After evaluating your book, the editor may ask you to re-write some portions of the book.
Copy editing is typically done after the content editing phase. This involves evaluating the book for the sentence structure. The editor will look at your writing style, sentence formation, usage of words and provide inputs on bringing more clarity to every sentence.
Proofreading is the final stage of editing. This is where the editor will look for mistakes in spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc. in order to make your book error-free. If you only have a budget for 1 round of editing, this is what you should go for.
3 rounds of editing: content editing, copy editing and proofreading
Most of our clients prefer this option as it makes their book look extremely professional. Our editing team spends about 1 week on the first round. After receiving your feedback, we may take another week to finish the other two rounds.
(per 10k words)
1 round of copy editing and proofreading
We recommend that you opt for all three types of editing. However, if you are confident about the content of your book and only require assistance with copy editing and proofreading, you can choose this option.
(per 10k words)