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  • Editing Services

    We have grouped together four key stages that a writer goes through.
    Select the stage you are at and see how we can help.



    Your book idea assessed: How Strong Is Your Book Idea?
    A review of those all-important Opening Chapters


    your craft

    A read and review of your work: Full Manuscript Review
    Develop your book with a mentor: Bespoke Mentoring


    Ready to

    A line-by-line edit of your manuscript to help iron out grammatical mistakes and inconsistencies: Final Polish


    Speak to the
    right people

    Post a question to a literary agent: Agony Agent
    Or book a 30-minute consultation: Beat the Rejection Clinic

  • How To Edit Your Book

    Learn how to become a more objective reader of your work in practical seminar sessions with professional editors, and receive one-to-one feedback on a section of your manuscript.

    Saturday 7th December

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  • Our 2020 Yearbooks

    “A lifeline... it set my feet on the publishing path” Joanne Harris on the Writers' & Artists' Yearbook

    Essential advice on the writing and publishing process, and all of the industry contacts you need.

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  • Your Testimonials

    We offer a number of events & editing services geared towards helping you to get your book published.

    Find out what writers we've worked with in the past have to say. 

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See our highlights and find out which stage you are at on your writing journey.


Writing Magical Worlds

Writing Magical Worlds

Join award-winning author Zoe Gilbert for a very special evening course dedicated to writing that comes with a fantastical edge.

Baptism and Boldness in Translating

Baptism and Boldness in Translating

Translator Gwen Davies describes the process of translating The Jeweller by Caryl Lewis.

Writing for Children and Young Adults?

Writing for Children and Young Adults?

Our next How To Hook an Agent event is for writers of Children's and YA fiction. Meet four leading UK agents, enjoy lunch, and discuss your work in an agent one-to-one session.

Join Us In Wales

Join Us In Wales

The next in our series of Sold Out 'How To Get Published' conferences in association with the Open University sees us visit Cardiff in November.

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