Editor’s Ink: a writer’s best friend
We provide more than editing and proofreading services for authors; at Editor’s Ink, our editors and proofreaders know and love your genre. Whether you’ve authored a detailed how-to manual, an autobiography, an apocalyptic horror, a heart-fluttering historical romance, the next fantasy bestseller, a mind-twisting mystery, a screenplay bound for Hollywood, a school essay, or a personal blog, we can help shape your manuscript into a polished work. We are sensitive to your style, your voice, and your choice of tone, and we respect your use of dialect or accent.
Fiction authors, your words must make an impact. Publishers will not read several pages just waiting to be hooked; you must hook them from the start. Once you have their attention, you need to keep it. Your characters must fairly climb off the page, becoming the friends your reader has always longed for–or the foes he most fears. Your world must draw the reader in so deep, he forgets he is reading. Your action must cause the reader’s pulse to race and force him to turn page after page. Editor’s Ink will read your manuscript and make suggestions to these ends. Your words, your ideas, your style are important. As a writer, you don’t want someone changing your words; you want someone to tell you why you need to make changes and how to do so. Our fiction editors point out weaknesses in your writing and tell you clearly and with examples how to strengthen those areas.
At Editor’s Ink, we help you write better.
The following are a few elements we can help you with:
- clarification of themes
- protagonist development
- antagonist development
- secondary character development
- conflict and tension
- point of view
Articles, Essays, and Online Content
Need to write an article but don’t have the time? Is your essay due soon and you have yet to start? Do you need online content for your website or blog but lack inspiration? Editor’s Ink can help.
Complete confidentiality is assured.
Whether you use an editor or a proofreader, no one else will see or hear a peep about your work. Remember, at Editor’s Ink, we want your business, not your ideas.