Everyone, no matter how good, needs an editor. .
If you're traditionally published, hybrid or independently published, an editor can help sharpen and improve your works.
Types of Editor
Developmental editors work with you throughout the writing process, guiding and molding characters and plot.
Copyeditors look for continuity and errors of fact. They also fix problems of style and grammar.
Proofreaders look for problems of style and grammar.
Pat Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Story Circle Network's Editorial Service http://www.storycircleeditorialservice.org/
Blood Red Pencil Editors http://bloodredpencil.blogspot.com
Cindy Davis email@example.com
Laree Bryant LBryant316@aol.com
Jim Thomsen firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Roerden http://www.writersinfo.info/nmshome.html
Jeannette de Beauvoir Angevine@aya.yale.edu
Sharon Garner email@example.com
Anita Bartholomew firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Wilson email@example.com
Laura Culley firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Lane www.denvereditor.com
Lyn Worthen http://www.camdenparkpress.com/author-services
While MMA lists freelance editors for the convenience of its members, MMA does not in any way endorse a particular editor. Caveat Emptor.