Do you keep getting knock-backs from literary agents?
An objective view of your book from someone in the publishing industry can help you solve problems such as tangled storylines, flat characters, and cliched writing.
As a published author, I know just how soul-destroying it is when the rejection letters are piling up; I also know how tailored your novel needs to be before a literary agent will champion it. That’s why I’m offering an editorial package to writers seeking representation.
I will give your novel my all – reading it and writing a report about it, including an in-depth look at structure, narrative drive, characterisation, plot and writing style, followed by an optional hour and a half follow-up telephone or Skype brainstorming session.
Editor’s Report – Up to 100,000 words plus synopsis – £500
Novels over 100,000 words – Price on application.
Mentoring – This is open to writers who’ve been through the editorial process and want ongoing support. Price on application.
About me: My debut novel The Maid’s Room was published in hardback by Hodder & Stoughton in November 2017. The paperback arrives on 19 April this year. I have just finished my second novel which will be published by Hodder & Stoughton (date TBC). And I’m a judge on this year’s Blue Pencil First Novel Award. I have worked as a journalist for more than 20 years and have a degree in English Literature.
Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org