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Daniel Guarente - Speculative Fiction Author

"I love her edits. My book now reads like one I would buy at a bookstore."

Stylistic Editing

Noland Editing Crime Fiction Editor Speculative Fiction Editor Fiction Ghostwriter

Concerned about the flow of your novel or the effectiveness of language used?

Keep your unique voice and style while creating an easy-to-read novel through stylistic editing, which may include:

  • pace and flow

  • sentence variation and structure

  • improve language for clarity

  • idioms and cliches

  • overused words

  • passive voice,

  • nonparallel sentence construction

  • occurrences of false simultaneity

What you get

Noland Editing Crime Fiction Editor Speculative Fiction Editor Fiction Ghostwriter

The Process

I examine each line in your novel and provide you with a Tracked Changes copy of your manuscript and explain how the suggested changes improve your readers' enjoyment.

In-document Changes

The Tracked Changes copy of your manuscript details each suggested edit. 

The number of in-document changes will be high, so prepare yourself for a lot of suggestions.

Editorial Letter

You receive an editorial letter about what works well and what improvements could be made to tighten and clarify your story and message.

The editorial letter will be at least ten pages of feedback, suggestions for stylistic revising, and what to watch for when you edit for grammar and punctuation.

Post-Edit Call

After you review my comments, the letter, and style sheet, we have a chat about your thoughts on them and discuss a revison plan.

Invest in Stylistic Editing:
$8,500 for 70,000 words

Kristin Noland Speculative Fiction Editor Crime Fiction Editor

Jumpstart your revision with a live edit.

We'll look at a piece of your story together and talk through stylistic choices as we revise. 

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