Line edits are an essential style edit. Some editors refer to these as copy edits. Line edits primarily focus on your word choice, word usage, flow, pacing, and structure of your sentences. If you said the word tepid twice in three paragraphs, a line edit will catch it.
Changes are made in-text via Word’s Track Changes. Please send your manuscript as a Word or Google Doc, 12 pt, Times New Roman, 1” margins, double spaced.
If you have questions about our process or one of our editors, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Meet the Editors
Carrie loves the entire process of publishing a novel—from developing that brand new, exciting idea to formatting the words to look perfect on the page.She is sometimes intimidated by editing her own words, but she loves to read other writers’ works in progress to help make them the best they can be. Read More
Young Adult Fantasy Dystopian Romcom
Dark Horror Heavy Sci-Fi Erotica
Jeigh is a copy editor with several years of experience. She is super quick and super accurate. Her fiction placed first in the LDStorymakersRead More
Al Ross is a writer and story editor from beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia who jumped into story-telling early as a teenage Dungeon Master and never looked back. When not editing, writing, pitching or producing you can find Al at home weaving, listening to podcasts or watching reality TV with their fluffy grey cat Duchess and hamster Frisbee.Read More
Any kind of romance/erotica with dubious or lack of consent
Rochelle is an editor who enjoys stories in any medium, from novels to video games to fine art. She’s worked on the editorial teams of several magazines, compiling sci-fi/fantasy short stories with Leading Edge and nonfiction travel articles with Stowaway.Read More
Fantasy Science Fiction Young Adult Nonfiction
Trinica Sampson is a writer and freelance editor with experience as an Editorial Assistant at Utne Reader and The Antioch Review. She loves working with writers to make their novel, comic, video game dialogue, poetry, or personal essay the best version of itself that it can be.Read More
Nicole is a passionate storyteller and consumer of stories. She particularly loves building complex worlds and developing compelling characters.Read More
April Jones has read, written, or edited her way through dozens of fictional worlds. When she’s not working as a teacher or freelance editor, she spends her time pretending to practice Korean by binge watching Korean dramas. She received her bachelors in English and her M.F.A. in creative writing.Read More
Margaret Kingsbury is a freelance writer, editor, and book coach with a passion for helping people. She gushes about books monthly at Book Riot, Think Inclusive, Baby Librarians, BuzzFeed Books and more, but she still can’t stop talking about books. You’ve been warned.Read More
Stefanie Molina is a book coach who helps writers work through their mindset blocks and complete the novels of their dreams. At Salt & Sage, she’s a sensitivity reader who’s obsessed with learning and sharing knowledge, and often finds herself on mental tangents without any idea how she arrived there… Read More
Fantasy Historical fantasy Historical Fiction Cozy Mysteries Romcoms Middle Grade YA
Julia has nearly 20 years of editing experience, with strengths in character arcs and story structure. She’s also talented atRead More
Historical Regency Contemporary Women's Fiction Sweet Romance Sweet romcom YA Contemporary
Mandy reads, writes, leads writers’ education groups, and does yoga in the cracks between all that drives life on a tinyRead More
Young Adult Fantasy Dystopian Contemporary Romance Romcom
Cameron Van Sant
Cameron Van Sant is an editor who wants to see every writer succeed. He has experience editing creative works, professional reports, and academic writing.Read More