Thank you for visiting Novel Needs Editing. You’ve done the hard work writing your novel, now we would like to help you tell the best story possible. Our goal is to polish your manuscript without demolishing your budget. Two editors carefully analyze every book submitted.
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Now that you’ve completed your manuscript it’s time to let us assist you in fine-tuning your book. We will never suggest anything that would change your unique storytelling voice. We use Track Changes to show corrections inline and Comments along the sidebar to ask any questions we may have about word usage or discrepancies in the story. We focus on the minute details and the big picture, keeping in mind the overarching themes within your novel.
Things we look for as we edit your manuscript:
- Missing words
- Grammatical errors and misspellings
- Flow, tone, and style
- That you’ve explained yourself well
- Misused or overused words and phrases
- Inconsistencies such as character descriptions, plot points, and settings
- Continuity errors and making sure there are no loose ends
Rate: $.006/per word Turnaround time: 5-10days*
An invoice will be emailed to you through Paypal for a deposit of 50% of the full editing price when you send in your complete manuscript. An invoice for the remaining balance will be sent upon completion of the second edit.
Please schedule your edits at least a month in advance. A $50 rush fee will be added to all orders needing an immediate (5 days or less) turnaround.
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What kind of books do you edit?
We edit fiction and nonfiction books, short stories, novellas, and full-length novels. We primarily edit for romance authors but are also experienced in editing science fiction, horror, historical, and thriller manuscripts.
We personalize every experience for each of our customers, tailoring our products to fit your needs.
*Turnaround times are based on an average manuscript size of 70,000 words. Manuscripts larger than this may require more time. Also, sometimes, depending on our workload, there may be a waiting period before the project can be started.