What I do, and why it's different

In comparison to others, I am very thorough, mainly because I can't help but comment. When starting out: building up my profile and gaining a client list, I discovered that my style is more like a developmental editor, challenging you as a writer to help you see where your manuscript could go. I'm harsh but fair, I note when some opinions could be down to personal style and when others are keeping in mind the industry. My ultimate goal is to help you improve your manuscript and take it to the next level. 

Here's how I work.

- I read through your entire manuscript, writing side comments as I go. Those comments are a mixture of critiques, my genuine reactions as a general reader, analysing structure, noting character developments and so on. 

- Then after I've read your manuscript I will make an overall 'editor's report', where I comment on the work as a whole piece.

- Finally, after scanning your work again, I give you my conclusive notes. This is where I think about the future and what I feel your next steps should be; whether that's giving you tools to make your next edit easier/smoother, to thinking commercially. 

I like to be a person that writers can depend on, rather than some cynical stranger on the other end of a computer screen. So, if my services sound appealing, I could be the editor for you. 

Old Study


The part you're probably dreading! Finding editors can be so expensive which is why I try to provide as much help as I can. For what I provide, my rates are highly competitive. 

£2 per 1000 words

An additional 50p per word for a revision of a manuscript I've already edited. 

Discounts to returning customers!



Please note, that if paying by PayPal, there will be a £4 transactional fee.  


Preferred/ experienced genres







Literary Fiction