So you have a finished manuscript. Now what?

Less than 2% of writers finish their manuscript, so if you’re at this point, you’re already a cut above the rest. What comes next depends on how you feel and what you’re looking for.

If you’re confident with your work, and you’d like a publishing deal, you might submit directly to agents.

If you’ve already had feedback that something isn’t working, it might be time to have a Developmental Edit.

What should I expect from developmental edit ?

There are two core components to a developmental edit

  1. A comprehensive report with an analysis of the current condition of the manuscript and detailed suggestions for how you can significantly improve your work.

  2. Access to me for 2 months after the report for follow-on questions and structural help.

    By the end of this process, you’ll have a deeper understanding of how to edit your work and how to make revisions that significantly improve your work.

Next Steps

Let’s get the ball rolling shall we? Send me a quick note via the form below. Once I’ve read through this, I shall invite you to submit a sample and have a free 3o min editorial call, to discuss your work and potential next steps.

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Please send me a quick note about your writing history and any other information you think I should know about your work.