Flubs2Fixes: Now with Developmental Editing!

Does your writing need a boost? Are you stuck, not knowing what to do next? Is it the plot? Is it the characters? What is it?

I can help. I’m adding developmental editing to my editing services here at Flubs2Fixes. As the photo above says, I’m saying “yes” to new adventures.

I’ve been preparing for this by taking courses and webinars from the Editorial Freelancers’ Association, as well as reading and learning and growing in my knowledge of the writing process. I’m looking forward to working with writers to help make their manuscripts SOAR.

My developmental edits will include

  • an in-depth written analysis in an editorial letter (Word document)
  • comments made on the manuscript in Track Changes
  • feedback and suggestions on all aspects of your manuscript including character development, plot, pacing, voice, theme, and more.

I might also include

  • suggested resources
  • further reading such as mentor texts
  • information sheets on specific topics.

I specialize in kids’ fiction: picture books, chapter books, and middle grade novels only. Non-rhyming text is preferred, but I will edit rhyming text. I particularly enjoy working with new writers – but all are welcome to request my services.

As a bonus during the launch period only, I am offering ALL new clients a 10% discount on their edit, either developmental edit or copy edit. This discount will only last until August 31, 2022.

During the launch period, I will be tweeting writing and self-editing tips on a regular basis. You can follow my Twitter feed at @BethStilborn. I’ll also be posting the tips on my Flubs2Fixes Facebook Page.

I look forward to helping writers make their manuscripts SOAR!

To learn more about my editing services, please check out my Services page. I hope you’ll soon be clicking on the Contact button!

Feel free to share this post, and my Virtual Business Card (below), with people you know who are looking for an editor.

Here’s to great manuscripts! Here’s to soaring!

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