Writers frequently ask us to look over their manuscripts to provide them with a professional appraisal of a book idea or writing style. A full evaluation of a project can take weeks, a service we provide through our Manuscript Review.

For a much faster, inexpensive option, try our "Quick Look."

For $175 you will be provided with the following: 

• We will analyze up to 2500 words of your manuscript (you can send an excerpt of up to 2500 words from any part of the manuscript). We'll also look at book proposals or ideas in progress.

• Within a week, we will reply with an emailed report detailing your sample writing's strengths as well as aspects which need strengthening. When possible, we'll recommend a next best step to developing your manuscript for publication.

Quick Look clients will be entitled to a 10% discount on other services from Fearless Literary, including a Coaching relationship with Fearless Associate Rebekah Freedom, or a full Manuscript Review and/or Assisted Publishing provided by Fearless founder D. Patrick Miller.

Place your order below and send your writing in the body of an e-mail, or as an attached Word file, to info (at) fearlessbooks.com.

Fearless Books founder D. PATRICK MILLER is a 30-year veteran of writing and publishing who has worked in virtually every capacity in the industry. He is the author of a dozen books, two currently distributed by Penguin Random House, one by Hampton Roads Publishing, and more under the Fearless Books imprint. As a collaborator, ghostwriter, or principal editor, Miller has helped other authors prepare manuscripts for such major publishers as Viking, Doubleday, Warner, Crown, Simon & Schuster, Tarcher, Hay House, Hampton Roads, and John Wiley & Sons. He provides professional manuscript consultations and editing to literary agents and publishers as well as published and unpublished authors working in fiction and nonfiction. Miller also helps many writers publish independently, and offers professional representation as an agent. He is a 10-year member of the Authors Guild and served as president of the Northern California chapter of the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA) for six years.

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