The Best in the Business
We screen, test, and monitor our editors. Our network represents the best book editors in the business.
You & Your Editor are Partners
Your relationship with your editor can make the difference between failure and success.
Avoid the Fakes
Avoid self-appointed but untested “copy editors,” “proofreaders,” and other online pitfalls and scams that target writers.
A Service You Can Trust
Your work is treated with the highest of ethical standards.
“Thank you for your careful and helpful edits and for pushing me to make things better; I really appreciate it and lately have realized just how lucky I was to connect with you.”
How To Use The Book Editing Associates Website
Review our Network
Review our editors and submit a sample using our submission form.
You can select more than one editor, or we can help you find a good match.
We send your submission to the editor(s) you have selected, or that we feel will be a good match.
Your editor will contact you with a quote.
Select Your Editor
You deal directly with your editor.
Once terms are agreed upon your chosen editor will get to work on your manuscript.
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Amelia Beamer has learned everything the hard way and would do it all again in a heartbeat. She’s a book editor specializing in science fiction, fantasy, and horror, and works with many first time authors who aren’t always sure which questions to ask, but really want...
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THOMAS Womack is a veteran book editor and writer, with four decades of full-time work in book publishing, focusing on Christian books. Clients include Richard Blackaby, Tony Evans, John MacArthur, and Andy Stanley.
Get to know Kevin Miller, award- winning novelist and filmmaker, and Book Editing Associates Editor.
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