Your manuscript is finished, has been read by someone who has given you independent advice or been thoroughly critiqued, and as a result, extensively re-drafted until you feel it is the best that it can be – now you are ready to submit or you are about to self publish.
An editor’s job is to make your manuscript even better, to polish your work, spot inconsistencies, and ensure your prose flows – to see the mistakes you are blind too after working on your manuscript for so long.
If you are considering self publishing, the editor’s role cannot be over emphasised. Getting your work edited is essential.
Inkwell offers the very highest standard of editing across a range of genres including script and screen play editing, our editors are some of the best in the business. Click on each editor’s name to view their profile:
- Helen Falconer specialises in general commercial fiction, YA and women’s fiction
- Alison Walsh specialises in all areas of general fiction including commercial women’s fiction and crime.
- Patricia O’Reilly specialises in non-fiction and historical fiction.
- Sarah Franklin specialises in YA and commercial fiction. Sarah has extensive experience of editing for the US Market and making Hiberno English manuscripts ready for the UK/Irish markets and vice versa. If you see your main market as the United States, ensuring you work can be understood is essential.
- Susan Feldstein specialises in all areas of non fiction and commercial fiction.
- Robert Doran specialises memoir, biography, autobiography, narrative non-fiction and general fiction, and has worked in children’s and young adult fiction.
- Kieran Grimes specialises in story and screen play editing
Every editing job is priced individually as the editor needs to assess your manuscript to understand what your individual requirements are.
Contact our editors using the form below outlining the details of your project including word count and genre. When they have seen a sample of your work they will provide you with a quotation.