Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada
Known for dark gothic tales enjoyed by all ages, Neil Gaiman, now fifty-seven, is a British science fiction and fantasy author, graphic novelist, and screenwriter.
So you finally finish that novel you’ve been working on for a while now. Congratulations on getting around to telling your story! Now what? Whether you’re self-publishing or submitting to a publishing house, the most logical (and advantageous) step is to get your work edited. Editing helps shape a manuscript—an editor’s job is not unlike a carver chipping away at a block of wood to completely reveal the work of art underneath all the extra material. Proper editing not only makes a book highly readable and engaging but also highlights the strengths, value, and message of any work.
Writers can be difficult people to understand. They can be quite moody, jumpy, and erratic. They have the tendency to change behavior or switch personalities from time to time.
Synonym: (noun) A word use in a place of the one you can't spell.
For professional proofreading, copy editing and writing services, trust only inwrite.com
Posted in blog on Jul 17, 2018
"We have been working with inWrite for several years now, and will continue working with them in the future. We are very pleased with the thoroughness, speed, and service of inWrite's proofreaders and editors."
Writing is not just about telling a tale, putting thoughts into words, and getting published. Many writers spend hours, days, weeks, or months to create their story.
Posted in blog on Jul 03, 2018
"The world is a fine place and worth fighting for"
For professional proofreading, copyediting, and writing services, trust only http://www.inwrite.com!
Follow us on:
**Disclaimer: Image is not ours. Credits to the owner.
Posted in blog on Jun 26, 2018
"We have often used inWrite's services for the proofreading and editing of English contacts, business letters and agreements, and we have been fully satisfied every time. inWrite is fast, efficient, and very reasonable in terms of costs."
Jojo Moyes’s best-selling novel “Me Before You” is a story about the twenty-six-year-old Louisa Clark, who was forced by her family’s financial situation to accept a job as a caretaker of a quadriplegic man.
All movies that make it to the silver screen started out as pages and pages of dialogue, scene design, and camera directions, most of which were created by a screenwriter.