Urban Book Editor LLC (UBE) has a unique understanding of the language of urban characters. We combine this with a firm grasp of standard grammar to provide superior editing services to authors. While we specialize in editing urban novels, we are pleased to work with writers from a variety of genres.
We offer our editing services at a competitive rate designed to help self-publishers. Our project milestone payment model keeps your project moving forward without the stress of worrying about how to finance editing and production.
In addition to editing services, we offer design and layout services to select clients. We work with award-winning graphic artists to develop an eye-catching cover for your book.
UBE works with you as a member of your team to help you produce your best possible work.
stylistic editing, proofreading, non-fiction-scientific / technical, non-fiction-business, newsletter editing, layout, fiction-short, fiction-literary, fiction-juvenile, editorial consulting, desktop publishing, critique
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