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WordsRU's professional editors understand your commitment to and investment in your nonfiction, self-help, or how-to book.
You want an editor who can improve the quality of your writing without losing your voice, who will help you make the most of your work without altering its integrity. Whether you are attempting your first manuscript or you make a living as a professional writer, WordsRU can match you with an expert editor who will help to take your book to the next level.
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Your WordsRU editor will ensure that your manuscript complies with the essential structure and ease of user access guidelines required for books in this genre. WordsRU's professional online service will strengthen and rework your sentences to benefit the flow and readability of your manuscript, so that your work exhibits the best possible presentation.
Self-help and how-to books are some of the most popular in the book industry.
While you may be an expert in your topic, sometimes it is difficult to translate all your knowledge to your book's target audience. You must have an introductory chapter that serves as a road map for the work and you must ensure that your instructions are clear and direct.
It has been said that "nothing sells like hope"; the increasing number of self-help books overflowing from the shelves of major bookstores bears witness to human nature's inherent hope for positive change. People often turn to self-help books to work on personal issues and to change their behaviors in an effort to improve their outlook and their lives.
Your WordsRU editor will work with you to help you avoid the common writing problems that can keep your message from being read. Where possible, the chief editor will match your manuscript with an editor who is knowledgeable in your field, who will give advice on how to improve your manuscript in order to help make sure that your message rings true.
A how-to book differs from a self-help book because it is essentially a step-by-step list of instructions for how to accomplish a specific task. While the instructions given in a how-to book are more straightforward than the advice of a self-help book, how-to books have their own challenges.
Your WordsRU editor will work with you to make sure your how-to book is not only clear and concise, but well-organized and easy to reference. With this in mind, we ensure that each chapter links to the theme of the book and to previous chapters, retains a strong, clear focus within the set structure, uses headings and sub-headings that are clear and relevant, and uses bulleted lists effectively. We help make sure that your manuscript involves and stimulates your chosen audience and speaks to their level of expertise.
*Because PDFs are only a depiction of text that cannot be altered, the editor will return only one copy, with marks that show where and what changes are required. If you have us edit a PDF, you will have to go back to the original file and insert the changes yourself.
We are aware that you will likely require assistance after you have reviewed the edited work, and WordsRU will not close the door on your manuscript until you indicate that you are ready for us to do so. Once the edit is returned to you, your editor will:
Finally, every editing project is overseen from start to finish by the chief editor, who will monitor the progress of your project and provide assistance to you if necessary. While communication with your editor occurs through our secure messaging system, your chief editor is available to you if you need to speak to someone "live."