SPECULATIVE FICTION AUTHOR.
A little bit of politics. A little bit of religion. A hell of a lot of badass ladies walking away from explosions in slow motion.
Rebecca Coffindaffer is a speculative fiction author who likes to write about magic and science and badass girls blowing up the system. In her limited free time, she hangs with her family; binge-watches TV shows; creates experimental dinners in the kitchen; and uses her dog as a giant, fuzzy pillow.
If you’re looking for freelance copy editing, you can contact her at R.A. Weston Editorial.
It’s more important than ever — especially for those who are choosing to take the independent publishing route — to ensure that your work is polished, especially insofar as spelling, grammar, and punctuation are concerned.
As an experienced copy editor and proofreader, both in advertising and publishing, I can provide your manuscript with the level of quality and polish to take it to the next level and get it ready for whatever your next step might be, whether it’s traditional submission or to put it on the market.
If your manuscript is in need of a professional eye, contact me so we can further discuss your editing needs. Rates are dependent on what kind of edit you’re looking for and how long the work is.
A strict proofread means detail work ONLY: missing or incorrect punctuation, incorrect word choice or usage, consistency errors.
A full copy edit includes that heavy detail work but also does includes bigger issues like sentence flow, organizational suggestions, major plot or character holes, consistency and logistics issues, etc.
Note: With each edit, you will receive a Word document with tracked changes so you can see everything I’ve altered, and I will be available to you by email for any questions.
My clients have included Dahlia Adler, Elizabeth Briggs, Tamsen Parker, Tessa Gratton, Jennifer Ellision, G.L. Tomas, A.J. Truman, Rebecca Paula, Rachel O’Laughlin, Amanda K. Byrne, Clare Davidson, Connie Dowell, Lyla Payne, Caitlin Greer, K.T. Hanna, LeighAnn Kopans and more.
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