“Thanks for your good editing. I found a great agent, Claire Gerus, and she directed me immediately to Kaplan Publishing and yesterday a signed contract came through with a nice little advance and a commitment to publish my book. Your suggestions and encouragement were invaluable.”—Judge Irene Sullivan, author of Raised by the Courts
A proposal critique provides:
1) a line-edited proposal;
2) an editorial letter which details how to hone your craft and manage your career; plus
3) verbal feedback via phone for up to one hour.
Proposal critiques are completed in approximately two weeks. To reserve a spot on my calendar, I require payment and a signed agreement. Payment can be made via Venmo, check, or money order.
Proposal Critique Fee: $899
To schedule a proposal critique, please do the following:
1) Go to the Categories page to determine if I work with your kind of writing.
2) Visit the FAQ page, as the answers to some of your questions may already be there.
3) E-mail the information requested below to firstname.lastname@example.org, and put “Proposal Critique Request” in the subject line.
4) Attach the first ten double-spaced pages of your proposal to the e-mail. Many thanks in advance.
Home mailing address:
What is the title of your work?:
What is the nature of your work (e.g. self-help, cookbook, etc.)?:
Is it for adults, young adults, or children?:
What is the word count of the proposal?:
Is it written in English or Spanish?:
Have you worked with an editor on this proposal before? If yes, how many editors have you worked with and who were they?:
What is your writing background (e.g. journalism, MFA, college creative writing courses)?:
Who recommended me to you? If you weren’t referred to me, how did you find out about my services?: