Denver, CO, June 16, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Writing Doctor, a ghostwriting and book editing service in all genres, today announced a new personalized service - Manuscript Critiques.
This comprehensive new service gives new writers and aspiring authors constructive feedback at a low cost on how to improve their book manuscript before it is edited.
A Manuscript Critique is a first key step before editing a completed first draft. A personal critique identifies strengths and weaknesses of the writing and suggests cuts or additions. It addresses organization and reading flow, message clarity, concept and story effectiveness. Some sample editing shows how to improve verbs, punctuation, and paragraphing. Page notes and a typed summary include recommendations and marketability.
Critique client Theresa, on her mainstream mystery-suspense fantasy novel, states: “Wow. I'm on cloud 8-½ (I had to come down from cloud nine in order to drive to work this morning)… You gave me so much more to work with than I expected… Several of the problem areas you identified were scenes where I knew something was ‘off’ but I couldn't quite put my finger on the issue…. your expert insight will save me many hours of false starts… I am overjoyed!… I'm so energized!”
To see Theresa’s full Testimonial and actual Critique Letter, go to www.thewritingdoctor.biz/critiques.
Founded in 1994, The Writing Doctor provides a full spectrum of editing and book development services. Clients include award-winning authors and successful entrepreneurs across the United States. Projects include nonfiction, business, and spirituality books, memoirs and novels, and writing and editing projects for businesses of all sizes. Blogs include “Writing Life” at www.thewritingdoctor.biz and founder Charol Messenger’s “Screenwriting My True Story” at http://mysticscreenwriter.blogspot.com.