We edit and publish books.

Book Publishing

How we publish a book.

Finished manuscript

If your book is not yet at the finished manuscript stage, scroll down to the editing section. To submit a manuscript: convert your document to a PDF, upload it some sort of file storage, then contact us and include a link to your file.

Accept or Reject

If we receive an unedited manuscript, we will reject it on that basis. If your finished manuscript is rejected, you will receive a letter explaining why, and including any changes (if possible) which could result in acceptance.

Cover & Typesetting

If we want to make your book, we’ll have a designer make a few covers and work with you to pick one. The book will be typeset for paperback and digital.

Sample & Distribution

First we’ll send you a sample of the finished book. If you have any concerns about it, we can make changes at this point. If everything is good to go, we’ll put your book out into the wild!

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Editing Process

How we complete a manuscript.

We understand how emotionally difficult a process editing can be, and we do attempt to be as reasonable and sensitive to that as possible. The last thing we want is for you to be turned off from writing because of a critique.

However, just as important is for the author to be OPEN to change. Very few books are ever fully ready to hit the shelves on the first draft. Even extremely experienced authors need at least one round of edits, and it is nothing to be ashamed of.

The authors job is to craft great story, the editors job is to create perfect flow.

  • If your book can hook us in by the first chapter, we want to read more. If not, we'll tell you what the problems are and how to fix them.

  • Once your concept is in order, a content editor sits down and reads the entire thing. You are provided with a detailed report on each chapter of the book, as well as thoughts on the overall chapter connections and book flow. After this point, you typically work up a second draft based on suggestions.

  • This step repeats as many times as needed. Each round comes with a detailed report on the current state of the book, as well as suggested changes.

  • Once all the story changes are in order, and everything is set the way it will remain, the line editor takes over. Meticulously cleaning up grammar, spelling, word choice, dialog, and paragraph breaks. The result is your final manuscript.


Always reading a book from their favorite genre.


Senior Content Editor
Nicole will always tell it to you straight about the direction of your story. She is a master at finding plot holes, missing connections, and poorly formed story-lines. Nicole has a preference in dealing with non-fiction technical writing projects, but will take on some fiction or classic re-translation.


Senior Line Editor
When you need a person who will pick apart every line of your writing to find grammatical problems, you want Terry on hand. She is a detail oriented editor who helps clean up your work as only a perfectionist can. She enjoys reading romances, particularly historical, and mysteries.


Business Manager
Primarily focused on daily business issues, Pat also finds time to be a reader for us now and again. In addition, her government and law enforcement background is helpful when we need a subject matter expert for book accuracy.


Intern (Content Editing)
Kalista is a college student with plans to be a writer and content editor. She is interning with us while she finishes work on her Bachelor degree in English. She enjoys fantasy, thrillers, horror, and translation to television/film.

Ready to Start the Editing Process?

Convert your docs to PDF & upload them somewhere. Include a link to download.