Make sure you have the right words in the right order – use an experienced and accredited editor at any stage of your project. Professional editing ensures that you’re actually saying what you think you’re saying. If you muddle your affects and effects, if you’re not sure how to make your pronouns and verbs agree, if you’re wondering why commas were ever invented, you need A story to tell. Compassionate and thoughtful, we’ll make sure your great ideas remain, while improving their reach. It’s that simple.
The Current, novel, Yannick Thoraval
Yannick Thoraval came to A story to tell with an ambitious novel with themes of overwork, international cooperation and climate change. He was after a copy edit that kept one eye on any structural issues. The result is The Current a fine novel that spans two generations, three cultures and the Pacific Ocean.
“Australia’s G20 Presidency Strategic Plan”, report, Green Institute
Proofread text; produced bibliography
TV News Chick (working title), fiction, Jennifer Hansen
Structural edit and copy edit of Jen’s novel, including working together on strategies to take the manuscript to publishable standard.
“After Shock – Experiencing the 2011 Japanese Earthquake”, essay, Pepi Ronalds
Structural edit and copy edit of Pepi’s essay. Please click on the tab below for an example of my work on “After Shock” and to read the author’s thoughts on the quality of my copy edit. (Reproduced with permission from Pepi Ronalds.)
Frustration Point – How to Break Through to Freedom!, book, Danny McAllister
Copy edit of the first draft of Danny’s manuscript. Coaching and strategies for improving the writing and fleshing out ideas.
Quarterly newsletter, Woodards Real Estate – Blackburn
Julian Badenach writes his thoughts for the season and I make sure he’s saying what he thinks he’s saying. Quick turnaround and peace of mind for a small investment.