Chauncey’s Premier Editing Service

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Chauncey’s Premier Editing Service

No job is too big or small.

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Chauncey is a pen name used for this editorial service. The editor Anastasia Cassella-Young is a multi-genre published author of 10 books. https://www.amazon.com/author/anastasiacassella-young

Chauncey understands the importance of an error free manuscript and offers an intensive and thorough edit. Chauncey types 110 wpm, has 20+ years’ experience in the field, has experience with red line editing, and is a self-published author of ten (10) books.

Editing includes, but is not limited to:

  • Capitalization
  • Consistency of character names & their descriptions
  • Flow of dialogue
  • Fragmented sentences
  • Grammar
  • Proper hyphenation
  • Punctuation
  • Run on sentences
  • Spelling
  • Time-line inconsistencies
  • Time presence
  • Verbiage
  • Verb tenses
  • Descriptions in general

Chauncey is well versed in European or English spellings. You must choose.

Chauncey edits and sends the manuscript back to you to review. If corrections are needed you can send it back with a note of explanation including page numbers and line numbers. Once she get your corrections she edits for a second and last time.

Before a price quote can be established please send 10 pages for her perusal to determine the extent of editing necessary. Please send pages to Anastasia Cassella-Young at chaunceypremier@aol.com

 

Once we have determined the editing fee we will send you a Pay Pal Invoice. Pay Pal accepts e-check, debit and credit cards. PayPal is a safe, secure and trusted way to make payments online.

Unlike most editing services Chauncey uses a FLAT PAGE RATE of $5.00 per page. Ten percent (10%) discount to all Cold Coffee Press Authors (must be a member at http://www.coldcoffeepress.com). Please send Chauncey your Cold Coffee Press Author’s Page Link to receive the discount.

Disclaimer: Once Chauncey reads through your manuscript and find the editing work to be extremely extensive, the charge will be $5.00 per single spaced page. So make sure that you have reviewed your manuscript thoroughly before sending it over.

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Cold Coffee Press Spotlight Interview With Author Anastasia Cassella-Young

Anastasia-Cassella-YoungTell us a little about yourself: I am married to a wonderful and caring man that I fell in love with at first sight…we were married 2 months later twelve years ago this November 2016.

I also have a son who loves in the beautiful tourist town of Bar Harbor, Maine, where I was born. I attended high school at Washington Academy in East Machias (Maine) and college at the University of Maine at Machias (Maine).

I have traveled the eastern seaboard 4 times. In New York City I first learned to use a computer on a Wang system (most people don’t remember Wang) and each and every job thereafter taught me a new computer program for writing/typing.

My writing career started when I was in high school. I wrote poetry at that time and in the 90’s my aunt Theodocia McLean who is a multi-genre author (her books can be found on Amazon) encouraged me to publish my poetry. After publishing the poetry book I wrote my short stories. The novels kept coming after that.  I still have many more titles and ideas in my head…I still have the need to put pen to paper again.

Interview:

What makes you proud to be a writer from Maine? I am proud to be an author who was born in Maine and has come back to Maine. It makes me proud because many good authors come from Maine and have the wonderful landscape to describe in their novels.

What or who inspired you to become a writer? My father was working on a novel while I was growing up so I think I picked up the skill set at that time. I started in high school after that and continued writing and still continue to write.

When did you begin writing with the intention of becoming published? I started writing poetry back in the early 80’s. I had not thought of publishing it at that time. My aunt Theodocia McLean (her books can be found at Amazon) encouraged me to publish and I started with that book in the 90’s.

Did your environment or upbringing play a major role in your writing and did you use it to your advantage? My environment and upbringing play a major role in my writing and I used it to my advantage because I use experiences from my life in Maine and use the imagery from the landscapes found in Maine. My life is in my writing.

Do you come up with your title before or after you write the manuscript? I start to put together a novel and then I put the name to it before it is finished although currently I have three titles in my head and have been working on them in my head as well.

Please introduce your genre and why you prefer to write in that genre? I write in several genres because my ideas tend to spread out into other avenues as I am writing a novel hence another novel with another genre.

What was your inspiration, spark or light bulb moment that inspired you to write the book that you are seeking promotion for? The inspiration for my novels in all their genres are my life in writing.

What has been your most rewarding experience with your writing process? The most rewarding experience with my writing process is when I finally come to a conclusion for the novel and a reference to match the title to tell where the title came from.

Have you had a negative experience in your writing career? If so please explain how it could have been avoided? I have had a negative experience in my writing career when I asked Publish America to publish my first book.  It could have been avoided if I had taken more time to investigate publishers.

What has been your most rewarding experience in your publishing journey? The most rewarding experience in my publishing journey has been the publishing of each and every book and having it out there for others to see.

What one positive piece of advice would you give to other authors? When it comes to publishing be patient. Investigate any publisher or service provider you intend to use in publishing your work.

Who is your favorite author and why? My favorite author is Charles Dickens. His style of writing and the stories he generated are a fulfilling read and such an enjoyment. He had skills that I would never dream that I could match. I’d like to be able to write half as well as he has. There are many stories and the varying topics have held my interest all my life including doing a paper on him in college.

Is there anything else that you would like to share with us? My education of classical items began at an early age when I started ballet classes and became aware of classical music. My father wrote and I was interested in the idea that he could produce a work that explains a story line. Thus began my interest in the arts.

How many published books do you have? I have ten (10) novels published at this time. I also have many more titles and stories inside my head.

Which book title would you like featured in this interview? The book I’d like to have featured with this interview is “The Seiners”.

If you are a multi-book author please tell me three of your favorite (published) book titles:Three of my favorite book titles are “The Seiners”, “Murder, Secrets and Injustice in a Small Town” and its sequel “Justice is Served”.

Current Published Book Titles:

Anastasia’s Mind Fog
Home Cures for Health & Special Household Quick Tips
Letter to My Brother
Love at First Sight
Murder, Secrets and Injustice in a Small Town
Justice is Served
Stalk or be Stalked
The Rogue Bear & Other Short Stories
The Seiners
Two Sides of a Bi-polar Survivor

Visit Amazon Author’s Page

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The Seiners by Anastasia Cassella-Young

What has Johnny Cavelli gotten himself into?

His peaceful, quiet Granite Island in Maine has become a battle zone for greed.

When Johnny calls Uncle Vittorio for some help he didn’t know that this help came with a price; a hefty price at that.

See how Johnny achieves control of Granite Island.

Learn how Johnny fails to see the concept of asking bigger, badder men to help resolve some issues he’s having with Frank Miller.

Granite Island will never be the same peaceful, quiet island in Maine ever again.

Genre: Fiction, Fiction / Crime

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