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Shakespeare would have hired an editor for his work if he knew then,  how important it was to have an editor.

As with almost all manuscripts, the first draft is never going to be the finished piece. In fact, it will be far from it.

One of the important aspects of creating books of good quality is the magical combination of great editing and proofreading. Experienced editors and meticulous proof-readers help make great books. Remember your book comes first, and then comes publishing and marketing. Our team of editors and proofreaders will work with you to turn your draft into a piece of art that people would love to read. They will not only polish and refine your manuscript but also enhance it.

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What kind of editing will your manuscript need?

  • Developmental: A developmental or content edit is the most intensive form of editing. Under this, your manuscript is evaluated as a whole and errors like logical consistencies, flow and coherence are corrected for. A developmental editor will also use his creative liberty to add more details and develop the flow of the writing to make your book unputdownable. 
  • Copy editing: A copyedit takes your manuscript and corrects for mistakes such as jargon, correct usage of the word, vocabulary, punctuations, paragraph breaks, sentence formation etc..

  • Proofread: The proofread is the lowest level of editing where basic mistakes, such as spelling and grammar are checked for.

Your book may not need each level of editing, but you’ll want to get a professional assessment for sure.

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Shakespeare would have hired an editor for his work if he knew then,  how important it was to have an editor.