You’re ready to have your nonfiction writing edited.
Serendipitously, that happens to be what I do best.
So how does this work?
Spoiler: It’s easy.
Pick a service.
Pick from my five nonfiction editing services.
Get the ball rolling by filling out my contact form or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let me know your choice of editing service, project word count, and project timeline. To give you an accurate price estimate, I’ll also need to see the completed materials to be edited, not just a sample. Please send your materials to be edited in a Microsoft Word document or a PDF.*
Seal the deal.
I’ll send you an estimate for total project cost after looking over the completed materials to be edited. Then, with your green light, I’ll send you a project welcome packet with terms and conditions, our project agreement, and, if applicable, an invoice for the project deposit. (Read details on my pricing practices.) You’ll send me your signature and any project deposit payment, along with anything else I may still need (like your in-house style guide, for example).
You’ve done the hard work. Now things couldn’t be easier. I’ll work my editing magic and email you with any questions that pop up along the way.
I’ll send the final invoice. Once payment is received through PayPal, I’ll send the edited materials with Track Changes clearly visible. Voilà!
Sound like a plan?
* A note on format: I prefer to work in Word because I use its Track Changes feature to mark my edits. Track Changes keeps you in control of your writing, allowing you to accept or discard my suggestions and comments as you choose. Alternately, by request, I can edit in different formats or in other programs and applications—like InDesign and Google Docs—but these may take me more time (resulting in a higher project cost).