Tuesday, October 1, 2013

News and Guest Post: Nick Wilford


Nick Wilford's Thoughts on Editing and His New Editing Service

 
With the rise and rise of self-publishing, it’s easier than ever to put your words and stories out there in the world. This is a great thing, and I’m all for it. However, it’s not just about the story - although of course, that is the most important part - but the way it’s presented. Don’t you want your baby to look its best before sending it out to seek its fortune? You wouldn’t spend months or years worldbuilding and honing your characters and storylines to be let down by a lack of editing. It’s just as important as an arresting cover image.

 
Nick Wilford, Freelance Editor is a one-stop shop for affordable editing, proofreading and formatting services. With professional training as a journalist and editor, the time has come to transfer these skills in order to help out the fellow authors I have come to love.

 But it doesn’t stop there. I’m ready to edit anything, from a crucial term paper you have due in, to a memoir or non-fiction work. Let me put that finishing touch on your masterpiece.

Feel free to take a look at my website for further details of my services and prices.

 Bio

 Nick Wilford is a writer, freelance editor and stay-at-home dad. Fascinated by words from a young age, he trained as a journalist before embracing the calling of fiction. When not writing he can usually be found spending time with his family or cleaning something. He has four short stories published in Writer’s Muse magazine. Nick is also co-running a campaign to get a dedicated specialist college built in Scotland.

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11 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Congratulations, Nick!

Stephen Tremp said...

Go Nick go! Best wishes with the new venture!

Nick Wilford said...

Thank you, Tyrean!

Empty Nest Insider said...

Congrats to Nick! It sounds like a great opportunity for everyone!

Julie

Natalie Aguirre said...

Congrats on your new editing business, Nick!

Karen Lange said...

Tyrean, thanks for the intro to Nick! Nick, it's good to meet you. Wishing you all the best!

Julie Flanders said...

Yay for Nick! I hope this business is a big success.

Julie Luek said...

Nick I feel like I should tuck your business card into my files-- have a feeling I may be looking you up! Thanks for the information and all the best to you in this endeavor.

Tyrean Martinson said...

Thanks everyone for stopping by! I wish Nick the best in his new ventures!

Heather Holden said...

Very cool of Nick to offer a service like this--best of luck to him!

Mark Means said...

Best of luck to Nick and glad to see him putting his talents to use :)