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Editorial Services

Thousands of new books are printed everyday. One of the most effective ways to make yours standout from the crowd is guaranteeing that it reaches bookshelves as refined as possible.(PUBLISHER)’s editing team will provide you with professional, economical services to give your book a final polish and find those mistakes before your readers do!
To take advantage of our Editorial Services,it is necessary that you have access t oMicrosoft Word98(orhigher.)Our editing revisions will appear as tracked changes in your manuscript.

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Editorial Assessment

Our Editorial Assessment assesses segments of your manuscript to scale what type or level of editing could help polish it.As part of the process, a portion of your work(typically the first chapter or about 1,500 words)will be edited to provide you with a sample. We will give you a general assessment of your manu script and commentary towards improving it.

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Line Editing

An editor will check the manuscript for complex errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. The editor will also address syntax and word choice and make endorsements for improving the overall readability of the work.

Legal Research and Writing

Content Editing

A content editor will implement a more detailed line edit, which will check the grammar, spelling, punctuation, syntax, and word-choice errors. The editor will also focus on consistency and accuracy of content.

For fiction titles, the editor will focus on checking for consistency of plot details, characters, and setting.

For nonfiction titles, the editor will focus on maintaining consistency of information and ideas.

Patent Preparation and Prosecution

Developmental Editing

Developmental Editing service combines three editorial services into one package: First, a developmental editor assesses the manuscript at the paragraph, chapter, and book levels and identifies big-picture areas that need work.

 For fiction works, the editor will analyze the readership and genre to determine whether the content is suitable. Then, things such as plot, pace, characterization, and dialogue will be closely examined.

 For nonfiction titles,, the editor will analyze the possible uses of the work to determine that the content is comprehensive and fitting, concepts are developed sufficiently, and the material is well-organized. The editor will make sure that all lists, graphs, and illustrations are used efficiently throughout the book.

Once big-picture changes have been made, the second step, a free Content Edit, begins. The content editor will check the manuscript for errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

Finally, the manuscript will receive a Quality Review to ensure the manuscript is editorially sound before it goes into production

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