You've written a draft - what next? Is it ready for publishing, does it need work, is it coming across right? Get a professional critique: quality-control for your book.
A critique is ideal when
This is ideal when you want to work further on your book, and want professional input and detailed advice on what's working, what to develop, and what to change.
I give you a detailed assessment of your work: a written report (usually 3+ pages) with specific recommendations. We then arrange a time to speak for further feedback and discussion. You then have absolutely clear guidelines for how to rework it.
For non-fiction, the topics covered typically include
For fiction, the topics covered typically include
£10 per 1,000 words
A minimum rate of £300 per critique applies.
I was amazed how quickly and thoroughly Megan understood the target vision. Her feedback was spot on, practical, provoking and very encouraging.
Working with Megan has been a turning point for the book, as she’s sought from the very start to bring the absolute best out of the material and my writing. She’s an enthusiastic and joyous brand ambassador who works with immense integrity and significant passion for the craft, while never losing sight of the business aims the book is written to achieve. Michael Neaylon