Book Helpline is a small international book editing company who have helped RPCVs writers. The company is over 10 years old and has worked with hundreds of authors from all over the world in both fiction and nonfiction. Among the writers have been a former political prisoner in Brunei, a government minister in Zambia, and a homeless Englishman in Thailand.
Book Helpline editors are experts in developmental editing—Is the story right? Is it interesting, consistent, logical, and easy to follow?—and copy editing, where grammar, spelling, punctuation, and word choice are corrected.
They also evaluate a client’s work and suggest one or both types of edits depending on the material and the author’s goals. Today they have editors in the US, UK, and the Netherlands.