Your Future Here: AUTHOR SERVICES
GLITERARY GIRL IS PROUD TO INTRODUCE THEIR NEW AUTHOR SERVICES WEBSITE!
CHECK IT OUT AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS – http://gliterarygirl.wix.com/gg-book-services
We understand how important it is to obtain a quality, professional, non-biased edits. We know, because along with being branding and editing professionals, we are also writers. A requirement of GG. This not only gives us perspective, it also provides a deep understanding of just how important an authors first impression can be. It is make or break; your time to shine and we can help take your level to new heights.
Each of our evaluators specializing in specific genres. Some of them for their previous work, others for their professional reviewing skills. All evaluators are sensitive to the art and the writers needs, because we make it about helping, not correcting. We are not line editors or proofreader’s. We are content editors that pay special attention to the structure, narrative, voice and other macro elements of book design. We work with you as a guide, never against.
All of GG’s Public Relations and Branding Specialists hold degrees in PR, Communications or Journalism; specializing in social media marketing and platform building. It is a common misconception that if you write it, they will read. Well, it’s simply not true. The book needs an audience and no one will see it if the author is silent. Since the advent of online marketing and the groundswell built around targeting audiences, authors can begin work on what was once the job of the publishing company and literary agency, even before the query letters go out. In fact, it’s expected and we can help.
Don’t waste another minute waiting for that call from a literary agent because without a solid commitment and prepped media package, it most likely won’t happen, contact us now for a free consultation.
Tip: Readers judge books by their cover and too many authors don’t spend the needed time on them. I can’t tell you how many times I have turned down a book review just because I didn’t want the cover on a magazine page. – Sara O’Connor