Welcome. Winning Edits helps connect your audience with your story.
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Thank you for considering Winning Edits for your editorial or publishing needs. We care deeply about helping you to strategize on your content plan, whether that be regular, ongoing publications, or a full-length book manuscript. No matter your situation, we're eager to learn about your project. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and what you're working on and we will be in touch soon. Thank you!

 
Oh, one more thing. There's one key clarification we need to make. We are most certainly Potterheads. But as the Winning Edits team, our main focus is in the area of non-fiction. While we're open to considering a fiction project, it's rare that we take those projects on.

Still interested in working with us? Please hit the Continue button below!

 
How would you best describe you and your project? *


 
Which of the following areas do you feel would add the most value to your project? *


 
If you are working on a book, is the manuscript complete?


 
If you are working on a book, about how many words are in the manuscript?

 
For book projects, we highly recommend starting with a round of editing on the manuscript before doing anything else.  

We find it helpful to align on terminology and we define the editing process into these three stages: 

1. Developmental editing: is all about structure, flow, message, and "story design.”

2. Line editing: works in-line of your manuscript to improve your actual writing (language, tone, vocabulary, etc.).

3. Copy editing: concentrates on "bullet proofing" your manuscript in the areas of grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc.

Which stage of editing do you feel would add the most value to the current stage of your manuscript?


 
If you create content on a regular basis, on which channels do you publish?


 
Tell us about you and the story you want to share. Describe your project and the main message you hope to convey. *

 
What do you believe to be your project's number one strength? *

 
What do you believe to be your project's number one area for improvement? *

 
What else do we need to know about your project?

 
What is your ideal project timeline?

 
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What is your likely budget? *


 
What's your first name, stranger? *

Let's not be strangers for much longer.
 
Where can we find you online (website, Twitter, etc.)?

We'd just like to get to know you a bit more. No stalking. Promise.
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