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message 1: by Haley (last edited Jun 20, 2016 09:42AM) (new)

Haley Sulich (haleysulich) | 4 comments I'm currently seeking to help both indie and established authors improve their manuscripts' world building, characterization, descriptions, plot, pacing, structure, and other "big picture" elements. Many people tend to think of grammar when they hear the term "editing," but if your characters aren't memorable or your story's world isn't believable, readers may end up putting your book down regardless of how polished your grammar is. I've helped authors discover their story's full potential, and I would love to help you do so too.

(Side note: I edit fiction of horror, mystery, sci-fi, and fantasy. The pricing for my services is cheaper than many content editors in order to offer affordable editing for authors who have less than $1,500 to spend).

www.writeplanediting.com

-Haley


message 2: by Alvin (new)

Alvin Atwater (syr456) | 2 comments The only thing that killed me was the questionnaire D:
Felt like some of the questions are irrelevant XD.
Still, I'll look into this. Trying to find an affordable editor.


message 3: by Haley (new)

Haley Sulich (haleysulich) | 4 comments Alvin wrote: "The only thing that killed me was the questionnaire D:
Felt like some of the questions are irrelevant XD.
Still, I'll look into this. Trying to find an affordable editor."


Which questions did you find irrelevant? I've found in the past they help me understand the author's writing experience a bit better. I tried to keep it short. Sorry if it didn't seem like it!


message 4: by Alvin (new)

Alvin Atwater (syr456) | 2 comments I guess that was poorly phrased. Most of the questions will suit way more established authors imo. I'd find myself skipping few.

But I definitely see its light and didn't mean to sound bitter there lol.
I'm working on my submission and hopefully will have it ready tomorrow.


message 5: by Haley (new)

Haley Sulich (haleysulich) | 4 comments Alvin wrote: "I guess that was poorly phrased. Most of the questions will suit way more established authors imo. I'd find myself skipping few.

But I definitely see its light and didn't mean to sound bitter ther..."

That's perfectly fine. Sounds good!


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