Skip a Draft Editing
Are you stuck in your manuscript, sick of looking at it or noticed it's taking you longer to complete than normal? If you answered yes to these questions, you may want to try Skip a Draft Editing.
What is Skip a Draft Editing?
Skip a draft editing is where I examine your manuscript and perform your next draft as if I were you. This means I will go through and make minor to major corrections in the draft, adding description and character and plot development where needed. Once I'm finished, it means you get to essentially skip a draft in your drafting process.
When You Can Get Skip a Draft Editing
You can get Skip a draft editing anytime after you've completed your first draft. I recommend it either after your second or third draft, but you can get it as soon as you've finished your first draft.
What Are the Benefits of Skip a Draft Editing?
1. You'll potentially get to skip a draft.
2. You'll see new ideas and things you may not have thought of, which can give you the motivation to continue working on your novel.
3. The new ideas and text presented in your draft are yours.
4. It can help you overcome writers block and/or brain drain.
5. You'll immediately have a fresh perspective on your fiction.
Skip a Draft Pricing
Skip a draft pricing is $12.50 per 1,000 words or $1,000 for an 80,000 word manuscript.
Prices are for the original word count that you submit, not for the finished product word count.
*You can round. If your manuscript is 34,499, you can round down to 34,000 = 34 units
The "add to cart" button starts the process. To the left of the button, you'll see the quantity box. You'll need to divide your word count by 1,000 in order to determine your quantity. For example, if you have a 40,000 word manuscript, you'll divide that by 1,000 to get 40, which is the number of unit's you need to order. Once you click the "add to cart" button, your order will appear at the very top of the page. You'll see X items for X price. Click on "Proceed to checkout". If you aren't logged in or haven't created an account, you'll need to either create an account or login to proceed. Once you're logged in, simply follow the prompts.