New writers need a helping hand to get a book out…
A book is a reflection of the writer in so many ways. Not only is it a story the author wants to tell, but it is also a glimpse into the soul of the author. With this in mind, you want to present the best image possible to your potential readers, so you want the book to go out without spelling, grammatical, or punctuation errors, unless you intend to put them there. A writer often has trouble finding these because our mind automatically corrects what we know is there! That’s where a technical editor comes in, someone who can spot the errors in a manuscript.
A more comprehensive editing job can look at the whole story, looking for flow problems, plot holes and other ways to improve the novel and give notes. A full read through with notes takes a bit of time, but can be worth it to improve your book.
The problem with many technical manuals or instructions is that they aren’t clear enough to the people who need to use the material. When a technical person writes a manual, it may not be in terms the layman can understand. Here’s where a technical editor can give you valuable insight or write the document for you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on editing services