— Invoices are in GBP (£) and so price of services in other currencies will depend on the exchange rate at time of payment.

Payment will be 50% beforehand and 50% on completion, unless agreed otherwise.

— I do not require a deposit to secure your booking, and will only ask for a 50% deposit when you are ready for me to begin work. However, if you have pencilled in a slot with me for formatting, I would appreciate as much notice as possible if you need to cancel or reschedule.

— For books over 60 chapters, please get in touch for a quote.



Files received will be PDF and EPUB. You will not have access to the editable files that I use to create the final uploadable files.

— Formatting should be done post-editing and post-proofreading.

— Formatting services include ONE free set of minor corrections for when  typos/mistakes are found. (Within reason: multiple changes to your manuscript will require a reformat at 50% of original cost.) Any edits required after this will be charged on a case by case basis.

Services do NOT include a proofreading service, however if I come across any mistakes in your manuscript then I will point them out to you with the page number and the error in my final email.


— I provide a FREE two-year archiving/backup service. Please let me know if you would like me to keep your completed manuscript on our servers, free of charge. If you require a copy of your manuscript in the two years from completion, just email me. Simple as that! Files will not be kept after two years.



— Parts of images used for chapter headers, dividers and logos are from depositphotos.com. These stock images cannot be used in images/logos that will be trademarked, exclusive, or used as part of a service mark. Images are non-exclusive so will be used by other users, either in total or in part.


— Please make sure to leave enough time between the end of formatting and your
publication date to order a proof copy and have time to make any changes required.

— MOBI files are no longer accepted by Kindles so I no longer create them for ARCs. EPUBs can now be sent direct to Kindle.