In the first half of 2016, I completed edits on:
- a children’s book
- a non-fiction psychology text
- academic papers
- comic book scripts
- short stories (genre fiction and literary)
- and more!
All together, I edited more than 750,000 words between January 1 and the end of June.
When you consider that I was off work for over a month due to surgery and recovery, and before that I struggled with being ill and easily exhausted, it’s reasonably to think I can edit at least that many words in the second half of the year. In fact, I think I can do even more…
My goal for 2016 is to finish out the year having edited 2,000,000 words.
To do that, I need your projects. I am currently offering 50% off ANY SERVICE to any client who books before the end of July. This can be line edits on a novella you’ve already finished, or you can book in advance for developmental help with that monster of a draft you hope to complete in November. You can schedule a manuscript evaluation for the fall, or hire me to proofread the novel you’re ready to self-publish now.
As long as the initial payment is made in the next two weeks, you lock in the discounted rate, no matter when you plan to use it.
2 million is a lot of words, but I’m ready. Are you?