I can do that for you. I'm an editor and used to LGBT novels.
That would be great, thanks.Adele Ward said:I can do that for you. I'm an editor and used to LGBT novels.
In case you're after more responses...you should probably define what kind of coming out you're dealing with - not everyone on the QUILTBAG+ spectrum approaches it the same way - for example, a trans* character isn't going to approach coming out in the same way that a pan character would. It's likely pedantic, but there's a chance it could effect some of the minor plot holes.Revolution said:I need someone to proofread the second (and hopefully last) draft of my coming out/ coming of age story.
What I'm looking for is a competent typo correcter and plothole spotter. Nothing like an edit, just need someone to pick up those d*mn typos that become invisible to the author.
My budget is set at $130, with the book clocking at just over 93k. Word of warning, there are a few detailed sexual--lets call them 'experiences' and also the odd swearword.
Aslo, if it's not asking too much, I'd like it done within a couple of weeks. If anyone has the time to spare and are willing to help, it'll be much appreciated.