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Each project starts with an interview to set the objective and due dates so that I can build a project plan and timeline to meet your requirements. Once approved, the editing/writing process follows four phases: Discovery, Development, Review and Approval. During all phases, you can expect regular project status reports.
For resume and cover letter services, there's a second interview once the project plan is approved. This interview is focused on you. I will gather your professional background, experiences and skills to develop a resume that highlights what you bring to an organization.
Between.the.lines Editing was started by it's editor, Lacey. She brings more than 20 years of communications experience to your project. As an executive for a Fortune 200 financial services company, she practices corporate marketing and communications where she’s developed all CEO communications and the strategy and development of external and internal channels, including the company’s magazine, annual reports, intranet and videos. Prior to working in financial services, Lacey led the marketing and promotions efforts for educational publisher CEV Multimedia and developed their suite of health multimedia textbooks. She also worked for Texas Tech University's Graduate School, assisting graduate students on their theses and dissertations, and held editor/copy editor positions for several Texas Tech publications. Lacey earned her Master of Arts degree in technical communication and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and journalism from Texas Tech. She founded Between.the.lines Editing to follow her passion for written communications.
An editor's passion for communications that are usable, used and useful has lead to the founding or Between.the.lines Editing.
The Editor for Between.the.lines Editing provides support to academia, professionals, graduate students and small businesses.
Editing is an art, and every edited piece is one I'm fond of.
EDITOR'S TIP: When seeking an editor, be sure you select someone you are comfortable with. Remember, they are going to be critiquing your work and you want someone you respect and trust giving you feedback.
For any writing or editing project, it's critical that the writer and editor align on the following:
• Objective or desired outcomes
• Requirements/non negotiables for the project
• Due date, the project plan to deliver and key milestones
• Plan for changed requirements