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What you get with this Offer
• Have you been working on your non-fiction manuscript for so long that you now have brain freeze?
• Are your thoughts tangled, with threads leading to what could probably be described as an almighty mess?
As a non-fiction collaborative editor, I’ll work with you to help your thoughts flow, so you can weave an engaging tale. But to get you there, I first need to first understand what you need as an author.
From years of professional experience, I’ve found that the best way for us to tackle manuscript is as follows:
1) I need to thoroughly understand the content of your book and agree to work on it with you.
2) I need to get a feel for the angle you’d like to take and/or the unique ‘selling points’ for your target audience.
3) We’ll then work through any critical issues I've uncovered and the type of editing I think your document needs.
4) Examples of some of the issues I will look at are: whether your manuscript requires light/heavy editing, rearranging content, its pace, style, flow, tone, or whether there are issues such as verbosity, repetition, grammar, etc. But this is not an exhaustive list. I’ll be sure to highlight anything else).
And lastly, a little about me.
I’m a non-fiction ghostwriter, editor and published author, with a background in business journalism.
I have ghostwritten books on a diverse range of subjects, from quite literally: addiction, to enterprising children, to neurology, to Zen.
My client’s books have been best-sellers in their genre, and have been so delighted with my work, that they return to me for repeat work time and again.
I love what I do. But perhaps more importantly, I’m good at what I do, and it’s *all* I do.
Which means if you hire me for your next project, you’ll save precious time to be able to focus on what you love doing too!
Get more with Offer Add-ons
I can edit and edit and collaborate on 20,000 words of non-fiction work
Additional 5 working days+$628
What the Freelancer needs to start the work
PLEASE contact me *BEFORE* ordering this offer, so that we can clarify all the details and ensure we’re both on the same page with your expectations and timeline.
Before accepting your project, I require the following:
1) The title of your book or ebook.
2) The subject/content matter.
3) A brief description of the challenge/issues you are having with your work.
Once we agree that we can work on this project together, I will require the following:
1) Your manuscript as a word document (.doc or .docx)
2) Any additional information/resources you would like me to consider as attachments.
I look forward to working with you.