How do you know what kind of editing you need? It might not be clear until I take a look at a sample of your work, but there are some great resources to help you understand the differences.
For subtitle and caption editing, please go to my other website.
Some of the areas I work in are: art history (church architecture, liturgical art, church reordering), fiction (adult, Young Adult, historical, popular, romantic, erotica, science fiction/fantasy, apocalyptic, dystopian, speculative), history (ancient Roman, church), gemmology, Latin, media studies (cinema/film, captioning, subtitling), music (religious/worship, classical, choral), self-help/popular psychology, religious studies/theology (Christianity, Bible, devotional, homeschooling resources and curricula), and social sciences/sociology.
If you’re interested in having me edit your book, please send me your manuscript in a Word file, and I’ll do a free copy editing or proofreading sample of two or three of those pages (about 500–750 words) and establish an approximate timeline for the required level of editing. I’ll send it back with an estimate based on industry standards as recommended by the professional associations I’m affiliated with. At that point, you can decide if you’d like to work with me. If so, I’ll send you a contract with the specifics (but no legalese or too-small print!) so there’ll be no surprises for either of us. To book your time slot, a non-refundable deposit of 50% is required: that’s because I’m reserving that time for your project and will have turned away other paying jobs for that period.
I use standard industry software programs, such as Word’s Track Changes, Adobe markup, and Cindex, amongst other tools and applications.