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We’re at the Festival of Writing, University of York!

Written by Tony Fyler on . Posted in News

Tony Fyler, Editor-in-Chief. Not so much a case of 'stop me and buy one' as 'stop me and get one free.'

Tony Fyler, Editor-in-Chief. Not so much a case of ‘stop me and buy one’ as ‘stop me and get one free.’

Today – Friday 13th September – sees the beginning of this year’s Festival of Writing at the University of York. And for the first time, Jefferson Franklin will be at the festival, in the person of our Editor-in-Chief, Tony Fyler.

Attending as an aspiring writer, Tony will, like all attendees, be aiming to get the most out of the packed programme on offer.

If you would like to take advantage of Jefferson Franklin’s free sample chapter edit and critique offer, nothing could be simpler. This is how you do it:

  1. Send us an email at, attaching your first chapter as a Word document
  2. We will send you your free, no-obligation chapter edit and critique, usually within seven days.

That’s it – simple, straightforward, free, and no-obligation. If you don’t like what we do, you need never come back to us or hear from us again. If you can see the value in a Jefferson Franklin edit, we’ll be delighted to give you a quote for editing your work. Remember – we’ve capped our prices, so no author of a work up to 200,000 words pays more than £500 for a Jefferson Franklin edit.

Alternatively, if you happen to be at York, look out for Tony – he’ll be difficult to miss in his Jefferson Franklin shirt – and arrange  to get your edit in person.