Types of editing services offered
Looks at the big picture from a macro standpoint of the plot, character development, plot holes, themes, inconsistencies, pacing, tension, symbolism, tone, and inconsistent dialogue. Developmental editing is a very rigorous process so practice patience.
Is correction of grammatical errors, punctuations, spelling, sentence structure, consistency of plot, basic fact-checking, and correct word usage. Copyediting is concerned with the mechanics of your writing
Is often compared with copyediting. They’re not the same. Line editing is looking more so at your style of writing, not grammar. Line editing will assist with language, sentence structure, pacing, and flow of your story line by line.
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I’ve used Khloe’s Thoughts Editing services for independent projects. She’s efficient, highly knowledgeable, and very honest with her feedback. I trust Khloe with my art and I highly recommend her.
~ Ashley Antoinette (New York Times Bestselling Author)
When I found Khloe, I was at the end of my rope with editors. Frustrated is an understatement. From our first conversation, Khloe drew me in. She cares, but she is very straightforward. She pushes you to deliver the best you can, versus rushing through for the money. She is well priced and believes in relationship building, which is exactly what I wanted in an editor. With her help, I wrote a novel I'm thoroughly proud of. I could not ask for a better editor and partner. Trust me, you will not be disappointed with her work.
~ Author Lakaii Turner
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~ Author Kia Jones