We know that self-publishing can be a difficult, stressful, and expensive process – but it doesn’t have to be. Here at Kairos, our goal is to make your journey towards self-publication an enjoyable one. We offer affordable solutions for perfecting your written manuscript and creating a physical book design, working with you until you have a finished product that you love – and one that can stand proudly next to its traditionally-published counterparts.
Make your content pop with page designs that are on par with traditionally-published books. Paperback files are optimised for common self-publishing platforms, and ebook formatting is also available.
Custom Cover Design
Receive an eye-catching, unique cover design for your book as you work with us to reach a design that you love. Alternatively, if you’re in a hurry, check out our collection of premade ebook covers.
So you’ve finished a draft of your book – but is it any good? Structural editing will help take care of the larger elements of your story like plot and character development, as well as smoothing out your prose and improving your writing. As a bonus, our rates are extremely affordable compared to what you pay for a publishing company to edit your work!
Proofreading can make or break your book, and poor proofreading sounds the death knell for a self-published book. No spelling, grammar, word usage, punctuation, or consistency error will escape this thorough check! Whether you’ve written a short story or the next War and Peace, every slip of your keyboard will be picked out.
Complete Editing Package
This package offers you a structural edit first, complete with writing improvement tips and suggestions about how to strengthen plot, character development, structure, and more. This will be followed by a thorough proofread to catch all those pesky grammatical and mechanical errors. All at a discount price!
Benita is a self-starter with a passion for book design. She has self-published several of her own books and understands the difficulties and intricacies of preparing a manuscript for publishing. She has been working in book design since 2016, has collaborated with authors on many different types of projects, and has completed several courses in graphic design. Her favourite kind of day is cozily working on a design project during a storm. She also loves flowers, Dutch food, and chipping away at her novel-in-progress.
Rachel has a deep love for books, words, stories, and imagination. She has a BA in English Literature, three years of experience tutoring in her university’s Writing Centre, and spent three years in various editing roles for Ambrosia, the Ambrose University Literary Review. She has since completed a formal training course in copy editing. Apart from editing, Rachel works as a writing teacher and tutor. When not working, she can be found making music, admiring vintage aesthetics on Instagram, or hanging out with her husband and cat.