If you’re planning to publish a board game or RPG, your to-do list is likely overflowing. There are so many moving parts: producing or commissioning artwork, getting the mechanics right, making sure the rule book is clear and accurate, printing and manufacturing components, playtesting… Editing and proofreading may be the last thing on your mind.
But if you’re here, it’s probably because you recognise how easily even minor mistakes and misunderstandings can undermine all that hard work.
As a professional editor with experience working for both traditional and indie publishers, I can help.
If you’re not sure exactly which service you need (or if you’re looking for something “off-menu”) do get in touch. I’d be happy to help.
line and copy-editing for board games and Rpgs
Who is this service for?
Creators who want to ensure that their rule books are as helpful to the player as they can be – making the rules clear in a way that’s concise and free of errors. I can also help ensure that the personality of your game shines through in your writing (whether it’s a fun, family board game or dark, spooky RPG). This type of editing should take place when there is still scope for substantive changes, before your final proofreading.
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