Copyediting

Allow us to help refine and polish your book before you publish. With our Copyediting service, a professional editor will review your manuscript and give you suggested corrections for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and correct any typos present in the text.Editors will adjust sentence and paragraph structure, eliminate redundant words, replace repetitive words with synonyms, and substitute weak words, phrases, and sentences with alternatives that deliver more impact or are more relevant to your subject matter. Experienced editors will always make sure your original tone remains intact. Expect noticeable change to your original paper. Be prepared to reread your entire paper and review these changes afterwards.

Three kinds of copy editing

Proofreaders will check grammar, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, verb tense, and pronouns. They also ensure consistency with spacing, headers, and formatting. Don't expect drastic changes to your writing. People who need proofreading have usually already used the services of an editor. Think of proofreading as a final check before you share your paper with the world.
The most common mistake people make is to confuse proofreading with copy editing.

Editors will adjust sentence and paragraph structure, eliminate redundant words, replace repetitive words with synonyms, and substitute weak words, phrases, and sentences with alternatives that deliver more impact or are more relevant to your subject matter. Experienced editors will always make sure your original tone remains intact. Expect noticeable change to your original paper. Be prepared to reread your entire paper and review these changes afterwards.

Professional editors should always use a tracking system such as Microsoft Word's Track Changes feature. This allows you to easily see and accept or reject changes to your paper on an edit-by-edit basis.

Expect drastic changes to your original writing with this level of editing. Editors serve more as consultants and counselors who will take the freedom to rewrite major portions of your document if needed. Most people who need this level of service want help writing, and not just editing, their paper. Many people for whom English is a second language will need this level of service.
Substantive editing is often also called developmental editing; the editor rewrites your document with the intent of educating you on how to write in a grammatically correct way. New content is added if the editor feels arguments made in your original writing lack substance or need further support. Lengthy paragraphs may be split into multiple smaller paragraphs that retain clear focus on a singular message.

Value-added Features

  • Editor Q & A
  • Certificate of Editing (COE)
  • Journal Formatting
  • Word Count Reduction
  • Manuscript Rate Card
  • Cover Letter
  • Academic Resources
  • Content Enhancement
  • Logical Flow