Editing

edtg2249b“The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter—it’s the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.”             

-Mark Twain

The difference between good writing and great writing is editing.

An editor’s job is to take what you’ve written and make it say what you mean, and say it well. There are many different kinds of editing—from “You need to replace your protagonist and reorganize your central conflict” to “This sentence needs a semicolon in it”—but you can find all of them here. From the first brainstorm to the final proofreading, from content to copyediting, this is your one-stop shop. Whether you need help with your plot or your punctuation, your grand plan or your grammar, you’re in the right place.

Check out my rate sheet for details, or click on your kind of writing in the menu above to find out how I can make your work perfect. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Contact me and tell me all about it.

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