Book Editing Services

Book Editing Services

Hire Professional Book Editors

Looking for a professional and committed book editor who makes your book look perfect? Join our expert team of book editors who are qualified in providing all-around book & ebook editing services.

We Turn Good Books Into Great To Ensure Poignant Text

To err is human; to let go of your editing errors is divine. Children’s book editing takes a huge amount of time and may feel like a daunting task, especially when you’ve just got done with book writing a whole manuscript. Moreover, editing your own book is great, but the second set of eyes is crucial for an objective view of your book. Leave this tricky part to us and we’ll make sure your story is dealt with professionally.

Wherever you are in your editing journey, our expert book editors will deal with your manuscript editing carefully and fix each and every mistake to polish your book. Depending on the type of editing your book needs, we’ll work on the developmental and structural aspects of your story and correct the plot, theme, characters, and dialogues. Our book editing services also include copyediting and proofreading that refine your book for traditional or self-publishing journeys.

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Our Book Editors Are Professional And Experienced

To make sure your author experience is fulfilled, we bring professional and expert book editors on board so that you can receive expert services in a convenient way. Our book editors have worked with renowned industry names and have served decades in the publishing industry to polish their skills.

To provide you with a book draft that is edited perfectly, we carefully go through each page of your book, scan the lines, and remove all the unattractive-looking texts so that your story can shine through the pages of your book.

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Book editing is crucial to purify your book drafts from all the major and minor errors and make sure your story flows convincingly. Our book editing service features include.

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Process of Book Editing

Developmental Editing

When you submit your manuscript for developmental editing, it goes through a round of major editing where our book editors work on your story, plot, characterization, structure and style. For nonfiction books, a developmental edit involves checking facts, references, and focusing on the clarity of your message. The end product is a draft-free of major errors and ready to be copyedited.

Line Editing

Also called copyediting, line editing is done to ensure your book has correct language, grammar, and punctuation. During this step, our editors also work on the consistency, repetitions, and factual accuracy of your novel editing fiction and nonfiction books. Copyediting is not the same as proofreading so make sure you don’t skip this round.


When your book is finally free from all the major gunk, book proofreading acts as a final round of editing to fine-tune your overall message. This process includes working on typos, grammar, language, and any overlooked errors to make sure your book looks perfectly smooth and polished. Once your book has gone through all three rounds of editing, it is finally ready to be published!

Editorial Assessment

Editorial assessment is the first overview of your book draft by our professional editors who read through the entire manuscript and offer feedback and insight related to the plot, structure, characterization, dialogue, and consistency. It is different from a comprehensive edit in that it only provides an assessment to authors who then fix the errors themselves.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Book editing is an essential part of preparing a final draft. It involves different types of editing according to the extent of changes required to ensure perfection. Developmental editing deals with broad changes related to the theme and story and targets issues like individual sentences, characterization, plot holes, and the overall structure of your book. There are other forms of editing as well, such as copyediting, structural editing, and editorial assessment, each of which deals with consistency and flow so that your story becomes well-structured and engaging to be shown to publishers and read by the audience.

The cost of editing depends on the type of editing you want for your book, its length, word count, deadline, and the number of revisions required. A professional editor may cost on a per-word, per hour, or a per-project basis.

For example, editing costs for a 70,000-word would be:

  • Developmental editing: $.08 per word, or $5,600 total
  • Basic copyediting: $.018 per word, or $1,260 total
  • Proofreading: $.0113, or $791 total

The editing costs are also determined by the experience, skills, and services offered by a professional editor and how long the editor has been in the industry.

Developmental editing addresses issues that determine how well the story has been conveyed. It focuses on the elements of storytelling to refine your ideas and make sure they fit right into the narrative of your story. From story arcs to character development to the overall structure and style of writing, developmental editing focuses on the big picture and prepares a manuscript for further editing.

Copyediting, also called line editing, looks at a manuscript from the perspective of language, grammar, punctuation, and choice of words. It is done to make sure that your draft is free from typos and inconsistencies so that it appears professional, polished, and readable by publishers and agents. Copyediting is done only after the developmental work of a book draft or manuscript has been dealt with.

Our book editors provide professional editing services for the following types of books:

  • Novels and novellas
  • Short stories
  • Nonfiction books (memoirs, biographies, self-help)
  • Scripts and screenplays
  • Ebooks
  • Chapters and excerpts

Each professional book editor has a specific set of skills and experiences that makes them better suited to serve particular clients and projects and there is no editor who is better than the other. Keeping this in mind, here are a few things to consider when finding an editor for your book:

  1. Select editors based on the genres they cover: It's important to team up with an editor who serves the particular genre you write in. Having an editor experienced in science-fiction working with your romance manuscript probably won't be a wise idea.
  2. Have a look at their professional experience: Some authors prefer to work with editors who have edited manuscripts for famous authors while others work best with editors who have had a successful experience with first-time authors.
  3. Decide the kind of critique you're willing to receive: When working with an editor, you may receive blunt and straightforward advice, and you can also have a frank response from an editor. It depends on what best suits you.
  4. Ensure communication: You can choose the style of communication according to your preference. You can go for either face-to-face meetings for in-depth discussion and feedback or choose to receive weekly updates for only key points of your manuscript editing.

Not a problem. You're most welcome to contact us and send back your final draft in case you're not satisfied. We offer unlimited revisions for our valued clients to ensure they're heard and dealt with carefully. Make sure you communicate your concerns in a timely fashion and tell us what changes you want. Once we know we have edited and formatted the book according to your needs, we'll send you the revised draft. We stay with you throughout the editing process to ensure your full satisfaction.

An unprofessional editor may share the details of your project to attract new clients and breach your rights in the process. We take pride in saying that all the information and manuscripts you provide us remain strictly confidential.

We follow professional writing and publishing standards to ensure that the excerpts from your book aren’t used elsewhere without your knowledge.