Self Publishing Service
What is Manuscript Editing?
Manuscript editing refers to revising the content of a manuscript to improve clarity, readability, and overall flow. The focus is also on correcting grammar, spelling, syntax and punctuation. Therefore at this stage of editing, our manuscript editor will examine the structure, organization, style and presentation of the manuscript. Our editors will also consider word usage, repetition and inconsistencies in the manuscript. This editing work is not only offered to book writers but also to anyone who needs editing help such as student assignment, report, thesis, advertising, article and so on. Among the editing processes that will be emphasized are:
Substantive or structural editing, focusing on the content, organization and presentation of the entire text, from the title to the end. Our editors will help you define goals, identify the readership market and shape the manuscript in the best possible way. Significantly, this process will clarify arguments, set the pace, and suggest improvements. These essential skills apply to both fiction and non-fiction, including books, magazines, reports, legal decisions, and all types of corporate and government writing.
Line editing is a part of the book editing process where our editors will check to improve the clarity of a piece of writing. This process includes reviewing the manuscript at the sentence level, leaving suggestions for word choice, syntax and tone to improve the author’s writing style and the overall effectiveness of the text. In particular it will look at your word usage, overall readability, flow and prose, clunky sentences will be polished, run-on sentences will be modified, and any words you’re not sure really fit will be replaced with new words that are more appropriate.
Copy editing looks for consistency and continuity, as well as polishing grammar and style. This process will check each of your sentences for spelling, punctuation and grammar. If the sentence is difficult to understand, we will suggest an alternative. More precisely, it approaches the text not from the point of view of the writer, but from the point of view of the reader. It represents the reader's view which is a "quality control" tool for the publication.
What We Offer?
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