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DEVELOPMENTAL FICTION EDITING

Developmental Fiction Editing

Free Sample Edits

UK Based

Historic Genre

Alternative History Genre

Hi, I’m currently honing my editing and writing skills under the tutelage of the brilliant and very busy developmental editor Michelle Dunbar, owner of Bolide Publishing Ltd, which trades as ESF Author Services. Here’s a link to Michelle’s site: http://michelledunbar.co.uk/

Welcome to Steve Frost Developmental Fiction Editing. Working mainly with independent self-publishing authors, I am a developmental fiction editor with a degree in history, so I specialise, although not exclusively, in the historical and alternative history genres.

Thank you for visiting my website. For more information please take a look at the rest of the site. For all inquiries, or to book or send a sample for a free sample edit please email me at info@s-f-editing.com

Why Do I Specialise In The History and Alternative History Genres?

The answer to that question, my friends, is simple. History and especially alternative history has always fascinated me. I have a degree in modern history that I got after four-years of hard work with The Open University. If you were to ask me what my favourite period...

Life Changes and Learning To Be A Better Editor

The last month or so has seen one major life change for me. My dad who I cared for, for nearly three years has gone into a care home. On the one hand, it was a hard decision to have to make, and on the other it was easy. I'd been kidding myself for too long that I was...

Sample Of My Own Writing

Stan Goes Home. Stan had no idea why this strange women, in even stranger clothes, was calling him dad. That was just daft. It was 1938 and he was a nine-year-old boy. So how could he be a dad?  ‘Come on Dad, eat some of this, please. The strange woman pushed a...

Sample Of My Own Writing

Stan Goes Home. Stan had no idea why this strange women, in even stranger clothes, was calling him dad. That was just daft. It was 1938 and he was a nine-year-old boy. So how could he be a dad?  ‘Come on Dad, eat some of this, please. The strange woman pushed a...
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