We also have experience in writing book proposals and formatting books for POD (print on demand) and Kindle.
The Write Help has years of experience in the following:
Substantive Editing: Taking a rough manuscript and reorganizing, rewriting, and clarifying content - whatever is needed to most efficiently get an author's message across to her readers. This often entails querying the writer and making suggested changes.
Line Editing: Making grammatical and structural changes at the level of paragraphs and sentences to make sure the writing is both correct and consistent in style, tense, and voice. This editing stage smooths out any awkward passages and transitions.
Copyediting: Checking for errors in grammar, word usage, spelling, and punctuation in addition to fixing problems not previously resolved. A copyeditor will often read the manuscript aloud to make sure the text flows well and makes complete sense.
Proofreading: Catching any typos on top of any other problems not caught in the copyediting stage. In today's digital world, the proofreader's task may also be to make sure a paper book's conversion to an e-book has translated well, including the format.