My New Service for Authors | Stevie Turner

I’m reblogging a sweet deal Stevie Turner is offering at her blog. Send her your manuscript for grammar and typo edits and buy one of her books and review! Check it out!

 

My New Service for Authors

 

One thing I’ve always had to be mindful of in my many years as a medical secretary is good spelling and grammar, as doctors read the letters I’ve typed and they can be quite scathing if letters are not up to standard.

Therefore using these talents, I’ve had an idea that might help me promote my books.  Goodness knows we authors try so many ways to market our novels, and this is a new one.  It might work or it might not.  I’ll let you know in 6 months’ time…

If you’d like to post your (anything up to) 50,000 word manuscript to me, then I’ll check it for spelling and grammar.  I won’t alter the story at all, so rest assured there.  I prefer to mark a physical manuscript rather than work online, as my eyes do not fare too well if I stare at a screen for long periods of time.  So … send me something you don’t mind me writing on with my red pen.

What about the price?  Well, all I’ll charge is the price of one of my books and a review.  You can buy an eBook, paperback or audio version of whichever of my books interest you.  I’ll work on the plan that one review will equal up to 50,000 words of your manuscript.  Books from 50,000 – 100,000 words will … continue reading at Stevie’s blog

 

 

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20 thoughts on “My New Service for Authors | Stevie Turner

  1. What a great idea!
    If I ever have the time, I might try the same – reviews are sooooo hard to come by these days, and I’m really good at proof reading. I do this for some authors already, but never thought of making an open offer – love the innovative thinking.

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  2. That’s definitely a cheap price for offering proofreading services! An interesting idea of Stevie’s and time consuming, indeed! I saved your posts in my browser, last time online, so will have to read the rest of Stevie’s post later as I’m not online anymore now. The comments will post later as well. Somehow. 🙂

    Thank you for sharing, Debby!

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