Chasing Ghosts | E. A. Copen
Every cop has a case that keeps them up at night. For BSI agent Judah Black, it’s the disappearance of a little girl named Mia. When the vampire, Marcus Kelley, bullies Judah into an off-the-books job tracing the source of a mysterious supernatural illness, Judah learns that Mia has been under her nose the whole time.
And the child’s life hangs in the balance by a thread.
To save her, Judah must put her own life on the line as collateral. Even if she succeeds in curing Mia, Judah may have to hand her over to an even worse monster. With the bodies piling up and the clock ticking, Judah may find she’s on the wrong side after all.
Anna was one of the most professional editors I ever had the pleasure of working with. She was very good about keeping in contact every step of the way. She really knows what she’s talking about and sees mistakes even other editors have missed. I’ll be able to deliver a much better product to my readers thanks to Anna’s wonderful insight.E A Copen
|Project Name||Chasing Ghosts|
|Project Duration||October to November 2016|
|Author||E. A. Copen|
|Length of manuscript||119,000 words (approx.)|
|The nature of the project||This was a gratis beta-read for an established indie-author in exchange for exposure and testimonial. My client submitted a self-edited manuscript for Beta-reading before submission to an editor.|
|How I managed my client’s expectations.||From the beginning, my author was taken through my standard administrative process which includes an itemised Quotation and Service agreement, which details exactly what the author can expect from my service. I kept in touch with my author on a regular basis to advise them of the progress I was making. I also gave them a realistic deadline which I kept to.|
|Outcome of the project||The author was extremely pleased and I was complimented on my professionalism. I received some extremely positive feedback on my Facebook page and through my website. It was a pleasure to work with Ms Copen, and I look forward to doing so in the future.|
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