As a writer, it’s wonderful to share some of things I’ve learned along the way and so, I’m really excited to start offering manuscript appraisals from January 2020.
By the end of 2020 my sixth contemporary romance novel will have been published by HarperCollins, HQ Digital with my debut being shortlisted for the Katie Fforde Debut Novel of the Year 2019. I have also had some cost mystery short stories published.
My areas of expertise are romantic comedies and cosy mysteries of any length. I’m not an editor or proofreader but by now, I do know a lot about writing and crafting your story.
If you think a manuscript appraisal might be useful to help you polish up your draft, read on!
What is a manuscript appraisal?
A manuscript appraisal is a written report that identifies the positives and negatives to help you develop your story. Sometimes we’re just too close to our own stories to be able to identify these things and when the crippling self-doubt kicks in it’s even worse! But here’s where I can help.
As part of the report, I’ll take a look at:
A manuscript appraisal is not a developmental or copy edit so whilst I might mark up some things on the manuscript itself, the report will contain everything you need to know to take your story to the next level.