Line Editing

Line Editing

Line Editing addresses the author’s creative content and writing style. It looks at language use at the sentence and paragraph level. The purpose of a line edit is not to thoroughly examine your manuscript for errors. Instead, a line edit focuses on the way you use language to communicate your story to the reader.

Questions asked during a line edit: Is the language clear, fluid, and pleasant to read? Does it convey emotion and tone? Do the words chosen convey a precise meaning, or are they broad generalizations and clichés? Is there consistency with voice, style, and flow? Do language and structure add to the readability and forward movement of the plot (or point in academic writings)?

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Developmental Editing

Developmental Editing

Beta Reader/Proofreading

Beta Reader/Proofreading

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