Publishing Critique service
How can you give your book the best chance when it hits the agent’s or publisher’s slush pile? You've got just a few moments to convince the reader to take a closer look.
'To stand the best chance, work submitted to an agent or publisher should be in the best possible shape. First impressions count. The job of our freelance editors is to help and advise writers on how to improve their work. This should give it its best chance.' said Chris Holifield.
The Submission Critique Service from WritersServices will look at the whole submission package writers are proposing to send. The editors will advise writers on their synopsis or outline, letter, sample chapters and any biography or other submission material. The new service is introduced by popular demand and complements the existing range of reports and editorial services offered for writers. It requires top editorial expertise with a rounded knowledge of the publishing business and familiarity with the market. WritersServices uses experienced professional editors who can help the writer to ensure that the material is presented in the best possible light.
The Submission Critique Service gives a professional view of the submission package and offers suggestions for any improvements to give the writer a better chance of finding an agent or publisher.
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