Re: What does $3 a page mean to you?
Bonnie Granat wondered: <<Does it mean $3 per manuscript page that you edit? Does it mean $3 per final book page? The publisher for whom I just edited a book quoted "$3 a page" as the rate, and I assumed it was per manuscript page. Now that I'm getting ready to submit my invoice I'm told to "Please take the total manuscript pages and multiply by .75 to get the book pages.">>
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