Tuesday, June 17, 2014
To many authors, the editor is a scary, mysterious beast who holds your fate in his or her hands.
In many ways this is true.
But the editor is your friend as well. Once your work is ready to publish, the editor wants to help you, the author, polish your work to shine the best it can for your readers.
Sèphera Girón talks to The Editor's Desk about different levels of editing and their importance to a project. She also sheds light on why every author, from beginner to the most jaded, needs to work with an editor.
Click here to read an interview with Sèphera Girón What to Expect from a Book Editor
The Editor's Desk provides a wider variety of services than Scarlett Editorial Services including business copy, web copy, screenplay developmental editing services, and one-on-one coaching.
While Scarlett Editorial Services focuses on creative projects, you will find yourself in good hands with The Editor's Desk for your business and corporate needs.
For creative work, Scarlett Editorial Services is happy to schedule your manuscript slot when you contact us at sephgiron @rogers.com. Booking your spot in advance will ensure that your book will be edited when you're ready to proceed. It also will ensure you have a spot when you want it as we are very busy and sometimes may not be able to get to your work exactly when you contact us.
Scarlett Editorial Services has edited over 1000 books, stories, articles, web sites, and poetry.
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