Regardless of where you are with your book project, our mission is to help you bring your ‘work of heart’ to the world in published form.

When Should You Begin Working With an Editor? 

Perhaps you have a great idea for a book—maybe one that has been rolling around inside your mind and heart for years. Or you may have developed an outline, written an introduction or a drafted a few chapters. You may have a complete manuscript—perhaps a rough first draft—or your manuscript may have been read and critiqued in writers’ groups or by respected colleagues or friends.

At any of these stages in the process of writing a book, a professional editor can be a great resource to help you create a book that fulfills your vision, will resonate with your target audience, and has the best chance of being noticed and appreciated in the marketplace.

EWH Press Provides Comprehensive Editing Services

We provide all forms of editing, to match wherever you are with your book project and to help you create a publishable book that fulfills your vision.

  • Concept and Content Editing – Clarifying and/or organizing a manuscript for issues such as purpose, content and structure.
  • Stylistic Editing – Clarifying meaning, eliminating jargon, smoothing language, and other non-mechanical line-by-line editing.
  • Copy Editing – Editing for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and other mechanics of style; checking for consistency of mechanics and internal consistency of facts.
  • Proofreading – Checking the final, edited proof manuscript for mechanics of style, pagination errors, table of contents, bibliography, index, etc.

Other Important Editorial Considerations

In addition to these basic editing services, we help our authors with input and feedback on other important considerations, such as: audience, purpose, organization, tone, graphics, research style, theme development, and character development (if it is a work of fiction).


Except for Proofreading, there is no up-front author investment for the comprehensive editing services described above. See THE EDITING EDGE for more information.