Editing services for fiction writers


Are you writing a novel or some short stories, a biography or memoir?  Maybe you’ve started, full of inspiration and enthusiasm, and now the dreaded writer’s block has set in?  Or maybe you’ve finished your book or story but you’re not sure about the overall idea, the plot, the grammar or other technical bits? Perhaps you're looking for a fiction or non-fiction writing course?

Writing, whether you do it for a living or a hobby, really is a solitary business.  You may have the imagination, style and ability to write but sometimes we all suffer from a lack of self-confidence and would benefit from an objective and experienced second opinion.

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WriteRight is a bespoke editorial, mentoring and tutoring service for all writers of fiction and creative non-fiction.  Based between Scotland and Ireland, with authors as far apart as Cyprus, Australia, USA and the UAE, we concentrate on only a handful of clients at any one time. Therefore, you can be assured of detailed, efficient and friendly one-to-one support where you specify exactly the type of help you are seeking.  For example:


  • Manuscript development
  • Query Letters to agents and publishers
  • Manuscript editing
  • Synopsis Writing
  • Short story editing
  • Mentoring
  • Writing Courses
  • Links to proofreaders & eBook publishing 

What I can do for you

iconNoteI provide a full range of editing and mentoring services for writers of fiction and creative non-fiction.  This includes development and copy editing, proof reading, and help with writing a synopsis or a query letter.

Find out more here.

Read reviews from past clients

forestkingsAnne’s experience as a storyteller and creative writing teacher both assisted me in seeing areas where my story (and writing) needed strengthening and gently guided me through the redrafting process, thereby making it as painless and pleasant as it could be. Her eagle-eye really helped in spotting grammatical errors and stylistic inconsistencies. Anne’s sensitivity and friendliness made her easy and fun to work with and her directness regarding problems was much appreciated.

Through my experience of working with Anne I’ve learned a lot about my own writing process and how to improve it. As a result, my writing is stronger and I’m more able to see problems where they exist. Without Anne’s expert guidance it is unlikely I would be a published novelist today.

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