COPYEDITING & PROOFREADING
- Corrects cosmetic, formatting, grammatical, spelling, and production errors
- Flags continuity errors and improves flow by reworking some text
- Offers recommendations to strengthen word choice
- Includes a 2-page editorial letter: overall feedback that focuses on strengths and weakness regarding character voices, language, and layout
$0.0125 / word (10K word-manuscript = $125)
$95 / flat for a 22-page comic book script
$10 / per page after 22
$30 / hour for pitch materials
- Pieces together the big picture
- Focuses on organization, tone, audience, and character development
- Ensures follow through with plot points and highlights deviations from the main topic
- Includes a 3-page editorial letter: overall feedback that focuses on strengths and weakness regarding characters, language, plot pacing, and world-building
$0.02 / word (10K word-manuscript = $200)
$175 / flat for a 22-page comic book script
$10 / per page after 22
$0.20 / word
- Writes persuasive copy that inspires readers to act
- Includes marketing strategy suggestions
- Recommended for product copy, Kickstarter production process,
headlines, ledes, reports, and social media missives
$0.25 / word
- Writes original web and print content ranging from emotional storytelling, interviews, reviews, and news content to B2C writing
- Recommended for marketing content, long- and short-form blogs,
COMIC BOOK PUBLISHING ADVICE
- A thorough reading of the first comic book script and pitch materials
- Researches publishers based on the tone of the book and intended audience; offers recommendations
- Helps connect writers, artists, designers, colorists, and letterers
$30 / hour
$35 / hour
- Coordinates project schedules, plan of action, resources, and information
- Monitors project progress and working hours
- Communicates project status to all project participants
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Are you a work-for-hire independent contractor?
Yes, and this distinction is specified in the Letter of Agreement.
2. What is a Letter of Agreement (LoA)?
It's a contract that details services to be rendered, fees, and timeline of the project. Once the letter is approved and
signed, I require 50% of the fee as a deposit.
3. What if I need to add services to the LoA?
If additional services are required, an addendum can be added to the LoA.
4. What is your typical process for working with a new client?
My typical process includes a free 30-minute discussion, via video or phone, of a client's needs for each new LoA.
On the call, we create a plan of action for the project.
5. Do I have to credit you anywhere/in the comic book script?
Crediting me is always welcome, but I understand if you prefer I remain a ghost writer or editor.
6. What if my script is longer than 22 pages?
After 22 pages, a $10 flat fee is added per page.
7. What education and/or experience do you have that relates to your work?
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