Need an Editor to Give You Professional Advice on Your Near-Perfect Manuscript?
Some of the following are members of the Editorial Freelancers Association
Be sure to check them out on Preditors and Editors first. http://pred-ed.com/.
Dryden, Emma made lemonade out of the lemons she got from being laid-off as Vice President and Publisher of Atheneum Books for Young Readers and Margaret K. McElderry Books. She will now help you make your book the best possible through her new business: http://drydenbks.com/
Haak, Elizabeth will proofread your nonfiction history book. Home phone: 212-473-0075; Cell phone: 917-334-7958; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamilton, Emma Walton is an author of children’s books who also freelances as an editor. She will give you manuscript evaluation and line-editing help. http://www.emmawaltonhamilton.com/
Marchini, Tracy decided to start her own editorial services business this past May after working at Curtis Brown. She offers to help you with query letters in addition to editing your manuscript. She also is a children’s book author. email@example.com; http://www.tracymarchini.com
Sanders, Mary Lois, a published children’s writer, is especially interested in helpling you with your historical fiction.
Smith, Elizabeth can help you with copyediting, line and developmental editing, writing and proofreading on your children’s, YA or manga fiction or non-fiction. firstname.lastname@example.org
Wiesenfeld, Lori might be just the person to do your fact checking and copyediting on that children’s textbook you’re writing. email@example.com
Wilcox, Erin M.–Wilcox Editing Services editing specialities include children’s books and working with authors so their manuscripts have the best shot with agents or publishers; or being a polished self-published book. firstname.lastname@example.org
Wilson, Niki–Piedmont Editorial will customize her skills to meet your needs from manuscript evaluation to plot and character development to whatever editing is needed to creating a synopsis. She works on all children/YA fiction including picture books and historical narratives. email@example.com
(Disclaimer: The above resources are not connected with or necessarily endorsed by SCBWI.)