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Our statistics consultants are experts in a wide range of topics. Our goal is to match you to a statistics consultant who can help you with your data analysis, reporting, and presenting.

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Our experience serving as graduate committee members, and our combined reading, critiquing, and evaluating of  thousands of theses and dissertations, provides us with an insider’s perspective that will help you to complete your thesis or dissertation and earn your graduate degree.

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Our book editors and proofreaders specialize in numerous fiction genres and nonfiction topics. Have your book manuscript, short story, screenplay, script, or article professionally edited before submitting to a producer, literary agent, publisher, or book printer.

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We can help your business project a first-class, professional image with every business document you release, both internally and externally. Our editors can help your business documents reflect the value and standards of your organization and the quality of the products and services you market.

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Our science, medical, and technical editors can help you focus on your purpose, organize important messages and supporting information, improve the flow of ideas, achieve the proper tone, improve format and structure to intensify your presentation, and reach your target audience with impact.

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  • How to decide between a developmental edit, copy edit, or proofread

    How to decide between a developmental edit, copy edit, or proofread

    by Amy Bennet In my experience, many writers don’t know the difference between developmental editing, copy editing, and proofreading. To further muddy things, a developmental edit may also be called a content edit, or a substantive edit, or even a full edit or a deep edit. So where to start? …Read More »
  • Querying an Agent

    Querying an Agent

    by Carly Cantor, Editor If your goal is to be published by a major house and you don’t have a personal connection to one, then you need an agent. A well-connected agent knows and regularly lunches with most of the New York City editors and can quickly get your book …Read More »
  • Descriptive Detail in Novel-Writing Part 3

    Descriptive Detail in Novel-Writing Part 3

    by Carly Cantor, Editor Read Part 1 and Part 2 of this article. “Work the details in organically.” These are five words I often write in my critiques to authors. What many amateur writers tend to do is describe surroundings and physical traits of characters in a rather heavy-handed way, …Read More »
  • Descriptive Detail in Novel-Writing Part 2

    Descriptive Detail in Novel-Writing Part 2

    by Carly Cantor Read Part 1 of this article. The other really important task that narrative details accomplish is to help with characterization. Well-chosen descriptive details give clues to the personality of the characters and help you follow the golden rule of writing: Show, don’t tell. Thus, it might be …Read More »
  • How to Plot a Novel

    How to Plot a Novel

    Amy Bennet Developmental Content Editor Book Editing Associates Too often I see promising writers who don’t know how to plot a novel. Writing a novel is a skill that is honed over time, and even the pros don’t always get it on the first try. The writer Nalo Hopkinson told …Read More »

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