Excardia is a network of award-winning writers and editors that are dedicated to excellence in service and quality of content.
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In 2007, husband and wife writing/editing team Luke and Katharine Manthei were freelancing in Northern Michigan when they noticed a problem: Every editor has his or her specialty, and therefore, not every editor is ideal for every editorial job.
Excardia solves this problem, as it is designed to funnel each job to an editor or writer that is best suited to complete that specific task. This strategy ensures the...
As writers, we know the thrill of finishing a manuscript--and the daunting process to come.
Indeed, the completion of a document is only the beginning. But you've done the heavy lifting, formulated the ideas, slaved away at the desk, and carefully put together the pieces to mold your brainchild. There's no reason to lose your enthusiasm now. Let us do the tedious, dirty work.
At this point in the process, the editors in us are gleefully bouncing up and down. We cannot wait to sniff out that typo and hunt down those misplaced modifiers--it's what we live for.
The World of Grammar may be filled with pitfalls, but you need not worry: we've spent years in this place and we know the landscape well.
Whatever your editorial need, we are here to offer our expertise.
Our five most common services follow.
1) Writing - If you have a document that needs words added to it, this is the service you would most likely require. We provide writing for most types of documents: brochures, pamphlets, screenplays, novels, all types of articles, and all types of nonfiction.
2) Copy/Line Editing - We scour your manuscript to find the slightest of errors. We delve as deep as you prefer. Just looking for us to fix grammatical issues such as misspellings and faulty punctuation? No problem. Looking for a more thorough edit, one that concerns itself with syntax issues like style, tone, consistency, etc.? Our pleasure.
3) Developmental Editing - This level of editing is concerned with the bigger...
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