Our complimentary sample edit policy.
We provide a free sample edit of up to five pages for potential clients. For the best possible results, please include a sample with both dialogue and narration.
Our booking/reservation policy.
To reserve a space on our schedule, you pay a non-refundable reservation fee that guarantees DCS will not book another client or project in that time slot.
Our payment policy.
All payment is in United States currency ($). Invoicing and payments are made via Paypal.
Payment is due upon receipt of invoice.
We cannot accept cash or any cash-like instruments. We do not accept payments in person.
All unpaid invoices must be paid before a new project will be started.
Our process policy.
See “Are You Ready for Editing? (The Process)” to learn our unique “Cake” theory on the editing process.
All documents must be provided in one of the following formats: .doc, .docx, or .rtf.
Please note: Due to document formatting incompatibility, we do not accept documents created in the Word Perfect program.
Our changing scope policy.
New Changing scope: Once work has started, you have 24 hours to make a change of up to 1,000 words to the project. After this initial period, no changes will be accepted/worked on. Your final invoice will reflect the change.
New Changing the following items may result in a delayed start/end date, as well as an increased price that will need to be paid before work begins: adding or subtracting more than 1,000 words; major plot changes.
Our questions policy.
If you have a quick follow-up question based on your project, feel free to contact us. If you have an industry-based or grammar question, please submit it via our Contact page and join our newsletter to read the answer!
Our cancelation policy.
Please note that if you need to cancel, the reservation fee is non-refundable.
Our rescheduling policy.
Contact Us as soon as possible. We try to be flexible.
Our “No Go” policy.
We reserve the right to refuse any project. Some basics on our “No Go” list include work that features incest, bestiality, rape, gore, erotica (See “Erotic romance vs. Erotica — What’s the Difference?”), or paranormal. (This last may change in the future; check back later.)
To get an idea for what we handle, please see our Portfolio on the main page.
Our confidentiality policy.
We recognize that some documents may contain proprietary information. All documents and correspondence between DCS and clients are kept confidential.
Our re-publishing policy.
The images: The images used on this site are copyrighted and may not be used elsewhere. The articles: We hope the articles on this site get you excited about writing. If you post a link to them on your social media or site, please include our name – Daisycakes Creative Services — and link back to our site: Daisycakescreativeservices.com