Ghostwriters are writers that are available for payable hire that get no recognition for their work produced. Ghostwriting is available across all forms of writing, but is seem most commonly in novels and copywriting. Although this isn’t a highly regarded form of writing, it is extremely popular.
Tash is open for ghostwriting opportunities, reach out on the contact page for more information.
Social Media is extremely prevalent in today’s culture, and should be taken seriously as a means of promotion. With the ability to reach a wide audience, Social Media is to be regarded with importance. Consider the importance of word choice within Social Media, or reach out on the contact page. With professional experience boosting Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, Tash has experience writing copy for social media pages in order to get more engagement and followers.
Tash is open for social media opportunities, reach out on the contact page for more information.
As seen on the landing page of Written on the Pages, Tash has extensive experience in blogging. From creating informative articles to writing fun and witty blog posts, there’s a wide range of topics and writing styles she’s willing to cover.
Tash is open for blogging opportunities, reach out on the contact page for more information.
Types of Editing:
1. Substantive Editing
Substantive editing (also known as developmental, editorial, or structural editing) takes an in-depth look at a piece of work. This edit will establish the following:
– Writing style
– Tone, language, and terminology
– Novel’s purpose – what’s the author’s goal?
– Pace & flow
– Structure, order & organisation
– Repetitive information & lacking information
– Theme & setting
– Characterisation & dialogue
– Point of view, voice, & perspective
This form of editing will provide an extensive editorial letter and/or a break down of the author’s entire work using track changes.
2. Line Editing
Line editing is not the same as copy editing, though they do have some overlapping characteristics. Line editing goes through the work line by line to make sure that each sentence is as effective and to-the-point as it can be. It evaluates word choice, syntax, tone, and emotion.
This form of editing will provide a detailed look at the author’s entire work using track changes.
3. Copy Editing
Copy editing is not the same as line editing, though they do have some overlapping characteristics. Copy editing improves the readability of the text and allows the sentences to flow organically. It looks at grammar, punctuation, continuity, sentence structure, diction, format errors, flow, and consistency. Copy editing also includes fact-checking the text.
This form of editing will assist with making a piece of work the best it can be. Using track changes, the editor will make sure the readability of the text is at the best they can get it.
Proofreading is the final form of editing. It’s the final read through of a work to really make sure that all errors have been caught and changed. This is usually done when the work is in its final form and is the last set of eyes to comb through the text. Proofreading is done to catch:
– spelling errors
– stylistic inconsistencies (font, spacing, page numbers, etc.)
– word choice confusion (e.g./ their, there, they’re)
– regional inconsistencies (U.S/U.K spelling)
The results from this form of editing can vary depending on how the novel was edited previously. Usually it will provide a short editorial letter with track changes marking the author’s work.
Tash is open for editing opportunities, reach out on the contact page for more information.