Assessing the Manuscript Status

The type of book you have written will most likely dictate how you have your manuscript stored or saved. Everyone’s situation will be different. Assess your manuscript and choose from the options below to work out how best to proceed. There’ll be things to consider and decisions to make before commencing any further with the manuscript saving process.

Read all instructions carefully upon selection and they will bring you up to speed. Then return to the Manuscript step to go on with SAVING THE MANUSCRIPT CORRECTLY.

Click on the option below that best applies to you:


Handwritten Manuscript or Typed Notes and NO WORD PROGRAM

This means your manuscript is typed up or written in longhand and you have a printed or paper copy only. It is not saved on your computer, or on an electronic device of any kind. You also DON’T have a word program on your computer that you are currently aware of…CLICK ON LINK FOR ALL INFORMATION


Handwritten Manuscript or Book Notes with WORD PROGRAM

Your manuscript is typed up or written in longhand and you have a printed or paper copy only. It is not saved on your computer, or on an electronic device of any kind, but you DO have a word program on your computer…CLICK ON LINK FOR ALL INFORMATION


Manuscript already Saved on Computer with WORD PROGRAM

Your manuscript is typed up in a word program on your computer, or on an electronic device of some kind and saved as single document file or as multiple document files. You are somewhat familiar with your word program or alternatively, extremely tech savvy…CLICK ON LINK FOR ALL INFORMATION


Not sure??

If your manuscript has not been recorded on paper yet and is still entirely in your head, you may require the services of a Ghost Writer. This is available via the Ghost Writing in the OTHER SERVICES section also accessible from the Home Page.

Please note the Ghost Writing service is a completely separate editor service, quote and process.


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