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Editor's Report

Our Services for Writers

20 services to help you get your work ready for publication

We've been offering editing services for writers from our office in London since 2001 and have the widest and best-value range on the web. Get your work ready for publication or submission with the help of our team of skilled professional editors.

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Which report?

What kind of report are you looking for?

If you've come to the site looking for a report on your manuscript, how do you work out which one would suit you best? Which service? offers a quick rundown on all the services we offer, but this article will just look at reports.  Read more

Which service?

Which service should I choose to help me get my work into good shape for submission or self-publishing?

Which service do you want?

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Our Editorial Services

We can help you prepare your book for self-publishing or publication by a publisher

We offer a broad range of editorial services to help you publish your work. Every writer needs help from a good editor, even a well-written manuscript benefits from being well edited. Our editorial services are professional and are priced to offer good value.  Read more

Reader's report

Our Reader's Report will give you a short report on your work

Are you looking for an unbiased and professional opinion on your manuscript?  Read more

Editor's Report Plus

A more detailed assessment than our Editor's Report, this substantial report offers chapter-by-chapter commentary on your work

WritersServices' professional editor will assess your manuscript. If you opt for our Editor's Report Plus you’ll get the kind of expert advice which is usually only available from an in-house editor.  Read more

Editor's Report Plus story

A fictionalised account of how WritersServices helped Joe with an expert and detailed report on his work

Joe, a 28-year-old software engineer, lived and breathed Fantasy. He was real fan of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time sequence. Although he was not really a creative writing type, he was a compulsive writer with plenty of plot ideas and was already working away on his third fantasy novel. So far he’d received only standard rejection letters from publishers.  Read more

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