You are not alone.
Some of the biggest books in the publishing world have come from self-publishing. From The Tale of Peter Rabbit to Fifty Shades of Grey, The Martian and Eragon all started life as self-published books. It proves that anyone with a good story can make a success of it.
Many people, mistakenly, believe that if you’re self-publishing, you have to do it all by yourself! That’s not true.
Some people say that using editors is expensive and not worth the money. They’re not right either! I’ll always start with your budget requirements and we’ll plan work together.
Whether you’re using Kindle Direct Publishing, Lulu.com or one of the other self-publishing services, get in touch today to find out we can support your self-publishing journey.
“Nicholas did an amazing job copy editing. He was polite and professional. I highly recommend his service.”Travis Guberud, Author
“Excellent service – super fast turnaround! Offered a thorough and relevant critique of my first chapter. Would recommend!”Serema Storm, Author
How does it work?
- We agree a budget and a time scale for your edit.
- You send me the complete text and I get to work!
- I send your work back to you with ‘Track Changes’ and ‘Comments’ balloons.
- You review my edits and make any changes you wish.
- You pay the balance to me.
- If you wish, and your budget allows, I can then review the text again, ensuring that it remains error free and ready for publishing!
I’m always free to answer questions and queries! All you have to do is get in touch!
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JESSICA NIELSEN, AUTHOR
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Get in touch to discuss your project’s needs, your budget and how best I can support you through your self-publishing journey.
Some blog posts about self-publishing that you might helpful …
This is the second in a series of blog posts about the skills you need to become a self-published writer. Make sure you subscribe to or follow the blog to get all the latest updates, tips and articles. In last post, I said it’s best not to edit as you write. So, we should probablyContinue reading “Self-publishing skills: Editing”
It’s said that everyone has a book in them. And that’s probably true. More than one, possibly. We dream, we imagine, we say “what if?” and play out lots of scenarios in our heads.
Just because the characters and the story have come from your imagination, there is still a place for fact in fiction. Getting that right is key – and is also just one of a number of things that your editor will be checking.