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Dratednovelists Editorials D-Rated Novelists Editorial Services combines the experience of several editing professionals who total more than 25 years in the industry.

D-Rated Novelists Editorial Services combines the experience of several editing professionals who total more than 25 years in the industry. We strive to maintain the highest editorial standards while working within your time frame to give you the best bang for your buck. In this fast-paced world we understand the necessity of timely completion while not sacrificing the standards of the editorial, writing, and reading communities at large. WEBSITE: www.freelanceedits.blogspot.com EMAIL: [email protected]

Mission: To provide quality editing at affordable prices for boutique publishing houses as well as the independent author.

Joseph Grant: Face of War
04/01/2015
Joseph Grant: Face of War

Joseph Grant: Face of War

My buddy Joseph Grant recently had a piece, Face of War, published in Writing Raw. In thirteen pages, Grant is able to take the reader through the mind's-eye of a soldier wounded in battle. Many pieces of literature have revolved around this familiar subject matter, but Joseph Grant takes the idea a

Harlan Halifax Complete...
03/11/2015
Harlan Halifax Complete...

Harlan Halifax Complete...

...and off to the editor!As I announced on my page, I have recently finished my third novel The Hundred Heartbreaks of Harlan Halifax. I have occasionally dropped snippets of the novel on my page as well, but thought it might be a good idea to share the "book jacket" synopsis with all of yo

@allisonsarah16 and her debut Loved and Lost turn my blog pink for a day.
02/02/2015
Author Spotlight: Allison Christie

@allisonsarah16 and her debut Loved and Lost turn my blog pink for a day.

Allison Christie, a Twitter connection of mine, has long been trumpeting the independent author horn as loud and often as she is able. She has read and reviewed countless writers over the last few years and that is why I was happy to hear that she was jumping into writing her own story.Her debut of

07/11/2013

July is filling up fast - please send us a message if you would like an edit or proofread. Only a few openings are left.

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02/27/2013

We are now scheduling slots for those who need editing through March. First come first serve!

02/01/2013

After a record breaking January, we are still filling February slots. Email us if you need an edit and/or an ebook formatting!

11/27/2012

Only one slot left for December. Please schedule your edit ASAP! :)

11/21/2012

Have three slots left open for editing before the Christmas holiday. First come first serve on booking your edit :)

11/01/2012

Tip of the day - "Ask for help.
Invite someone else to proofread your text after you have reviewed it. A new set of eyes may immediately spot errors that you've overlooked."

10/31/2012

Tip of the day - "Decide what medium lets you proofread most carefully. Some people like to work right at the computer, while others like to sit back with a printed copy that they can mark up as they read."

10/29/2012

Tip of the day - "Make a list of "no-no" words and do a search for them before final proof. Include every swear word, words related to product terminology, and other words that pop up on occasion. Then do a "find" for all these words."

10/22/2012

We have four slots for October edits. Let me know if you need a rushed October edit!

10/15/2012

Let me know if you need an affordable and quick editing job :) Lining up my next month's schedule. Thanks!

08/30/2012

Tip of the day - "Read something else between edits. This helps clear your head of what you expect to read and allows you to read what really is on the page. "

08/21/2012

Tip of the Day - "Read it backwards to focus on the spelling of words."

08/14/2012

Tip of the Day - "Read down columns in a table, even if you're supposed to read across the table to use the information. Columns may be easier to deal with than rows."

08/06/2012

Tip of the day - "Double check proper names."

08/02/2012

Tip of the day - "Carefully read type in very tiny font."

08/01/2012

Tip of the day- "Don't proof for every type of mistake at once—do one proof for spelling, another for missing/additional spaces, consistency of word usage, font sizes, etc."

07/31/2012

Tip of the day - "Write at the end of the day; edit first thing in the morning. (Usually, getting some sleep in between helps.)"

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07/31/2012

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