|Posted by Kristen Hamilton on March 13, 2013 at 12:10 AM|
I'll be the first to admit that I'm not alone in my field. It seems that everywhere I look, there are private editors or companies who are competing against me for your business. In a market this competitive, there must be something to set me apart from the others.
Below, a list of things that gives me a cutting edge against the rest. Why should you hire me?
1. I have over a decade of experience helping others in their publishing quests.
Since my experience in the writing/editing field began in 2003, I have helped others publish an ever-growing list of books, both self-published and traditionally published. I have astounding qualifications, an impressive portfolio, and a flawless mastery of the complexities of the English language—and from that, I have become a reputable manuscript editor for first-time and veteran authors. To date, I have edited over 300 books for traditionally and self-publishing authors, several of which have won awards and become Amazon bestsellers.
2. I teach authors how to become better writers.
Each of my editing services comes with a free Editor's Report, a 1-page letter highlighting the most common issues I found during editing, geared toward showing you how to avoid your most common writing mistakes to become a better writer.
Having come from a family full of teachers, I am ingrained with the desire to help authors improve their writing skill: I post blogs and Facebook Live videos every Friday on various topics in the writing/publishing industry. I am always available (via e-mail, phone, or in person if applicable) to help my clients with providing advice, offering suggestions, and answering questions about the publishing industry.
With every manuscript editing service I provide, I provide my clients with my time, my dedicated attention, and my meticulous editing skills. I spend countless hours working alongside authors to help improve their writing style, and I am available to my clients for questions, feedback, or advice about the publishing industry—and that's a valuable tool.
In short, I'm the editor to select if you are serious about your writing career, and want to publish a quality book.
3. I respond fast!
I make it a goal to respond as quickly as possible to your queries or e-mails. With other editors, you may find yourself waiting hours or even days for a response. I pride myself on my communication and friendliness, and I believe that prompt responses are key to success.
4. When you choose Kristen Corrects, you work with me (Kristen)...and JUST me.
I am the sole owner/employee of Kristen Corrects, Inc., so the only person you’ll be working with during this entire process is me (e-mails, phone calls, all editing—everything). I get entirely involved and dedicated to an author’s manuscript, and love offering that level of personalized service.
I know firsthand that working with just one person gives you more personalized service and a sense of partnership. My goal is to build a working collaboration with you and help you succeed in publishing your best book. Because of this partnership, my clients come back to me again and again. I have a substantial amount of testimonials that mention my impressive willingness to help.
5. I am always friendly, helpful, and grateful for your work.
You will never see an e-mail from me that doesn't end with the words "thank you." Regardless of whether your project costs $50 or $5000, you will always receive my genuine gratitude.
I hope to hear from you! Send me an e-mail and tell me about your project, and I can tell you how I can help.
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Book editor Kristen Hamilton is the owner and sole employee of
Kristen Corrects, Inc., where she provides manuscript editing
services for traditionally and self-publishing authors. Several
authors whose books she has edited have won awards and have
Reading is Kristen's passion, so when the workday is over, she
can usually be found curled up with a good book alongside her
four cats. She loves watching cat videos and scary movies,
eating pizza, teaching herself French, and traveling, and she is
likely planning her next vacation. She lives outside of Boise, ID.