Our self-publishing support program provides education, strategic guidance, and hands-on editing to ready your manuscript for release using any publishing platform. The goal is a final product that meets an exceptional standard of quality and puts your book in the best position to be successful.
Services vary based on your project’s needs and may include the following:
Personalized primers and education on the best practices of successful self-publishing and how to avoid costly and time-consuming mistakes
Advice on choosing a print provider and maximizing your book’s visibility within your desired distribution channels (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc.)
Professionally written flap copy to attract readers and drive sales
Developmental editing to make sure your book is ready for publication and as sound in content as possible
Line editing to bring out the best in narrative voice and polish your writing
Copy editing to correct errors, format your book properly and prepare your manuscript for layout and typesetting
Proofreading of post-layout PDFs and prepublication galleys for final text correction and comb for errors that may be introduced in typesetting
Carefully vetted recommendations for professional cover design, interior layout, and formatting providers for your print and/or e-book release
Pricing varies based on the scope of work required. Please click the button below or contact Ross Browne in the Tucson office for more information.
Education, strategic guidance, and planning support to prepare your book for release with any publishing services provider–and to maximize exposure on Amazon. Contact Ross Browne in the Tucson office for more information.
$75 per hour
Substantive, in-depth guidance on revision to bring out a manuscript’s full potential and prepare for final copy editing
$.014 (1.4 cents) per word for most manuscripts
$.02 per word and up, depending on the scope and depth of editing required
$.016 (1.6 cents) per word for most manuscripts
$.01 per word for most manuscripts
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