Editing and Proofreading

On February 16, 2011, in eBook Resources, by admin

Savvy authors hire editors to make their eBook (and them) look good.

ALL MY BEST Business and Nonfiction Copyediting, Lynette M. Smith, 5852 Oak Meadow Drive, Yorba Linda, CA 92886-5930 Tel: 714-777-1238; e-mail:AllMyBest@earthlink.net.http://AllMyBest.net

David B. Schlosser, Writer, communications strategist, 143 Timberside Dr., Davidson, NC 28036 Tel: 704-660-5482; e-mail: dbschlosser@analects-ink.comwww.analects-ink.com

Kleine Editorial Services, Walter L. Kleine, PO Box 8207, Berkeley, CA 94707-8207 Tel: 510-654-8406; Fax: 510-654-8406; e-mail: wkleine@netwiz.nethttp://www.KleineEdit.com

PenUltimate Editorial Services, Arlene E. Prunkl, #10 – 3950 Gallagher’s Boulevard South, Kelowna, British Columbia, CANADA V1W 4V2 Tel: 778-478-0877; e-mail:info@penultimateword.comhttp://www.penultimateword.com

Quinn’s Word For Word, Robin Quinn, 10573 West Pico Blvd. #345, Los Angeles, CA 90064 Tel: (310) 838-7098; Fax: (same); e-mail: quinnrobin@aol.comwww.writingandediting.biz

Zebra Communications, Bobbie Christmas, 230 Deerchase Dr., Ste. B, Woodstock, GA 30188-4434 Tel: 770-924-0528; Fax: 770-592-7362; e-mail: bzebra@aol.com.http://www.zebraeditor.com


One Response to Editing and Proofreading

  1. At one time during my early writing career I worked with a married couple and their two very literate kids.

    Each one had a specific colored marking pen, and they passed my manuscript from one family member to the other. (they had their own contest going)

    I paid them a standard ‘reading’ fee, plus an additional amount for each typo they found.

    It took me only three books to be ‘scared straight’ by high fees and forcing myself to re-read each finished manuscript several times before passing it off to them.

    As a result, I’ve taught myself how to read like I used to in high school – without understanding – and only look for the typos. After authoring almost 40 books, I’m now a human spell-check robot.

    The upside is that I save a lot of proof-reading expense. The downside is that even when I read the New York Times, I have a red pencil in my hand and am constantly ‘on the hunt.’

    Gene Grossman – http://www.LegalMystery.com

    who like to read (my friend’s children) just about to start high school, and assigned 10 pages to each of them, with a reward offer of one ‘big mac’ for each flagrant typo they found.

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