So you finally finished that manuscript! What next? Editing? Is your manuscript good enough to go straight to an agent? A publisher? Or should you go back to the drawing board?
Your manuscript is
No two authors are the same. And no two manuscripts are the same either.
Perhaps your writing is near flawless, and you need only a light proofread. Perhaps your work needs extensive restructuring and development.
A manuscript review will reveal what condition your manuscript is in and what you can do to make it even better.
What's the point of a manuscript review?
The report will cover:
Plot and characters
Language and grammar
Voice and POV
What works and what doesn’t
Recommendations for next steps.
Submit your details and synopsis using the form below.
Any questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan is an editor and publishing consultant with 12 years' experience in the publishing industry.
Having worked for trade, educational and academic publishing houses such as Blackhall Publishing, Pearson, and Oxford University Press, Susan is an accomplished, well-rounded editor accustomed to editing and publishing in a diverse range of genres and markets.
I am passionate about storytelling and the powerful role it plays in creating better, more empathetic humans. Through my personalized coaching and publishing services, I help authors develop their voice and navigate the overwhelming waters of the publishing industry.