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Choose a Membership Plan:
- Marlowe Pro ($29.95/mo. or $199/yr.) gets you two full A.I.-powered manuscript reports per month plus the bonus benefits listed below.
- Marlowe Basic (Free) gets you unlimited basic reports.
Or order a Single Report:
- Get one full A.I. analysis of your manuscript for $89.
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Absolutely! Once Marlowe runs the reports, it’s emailed to you in .docx format. At that point, you can print or download it to your computer for permanent record-keeping.
No. As authors, we take intellectual property seriously. We give you the choice of whether to add your manuscript to our research database. For those who choose no, your work is immediately deleted from our servers after the analysis is run. For those who opt into our knowledge base, your work remains anonymous and protected, and it won’t be available for anyone else to access. All works are stored on a secure server.
Of course. Check out this example of an A.I. report on The Da Vinci Code.
Less than an hour! Whether you run the basic or pro report, Marlowe will email your novel’s report to you within an hour. Be sure to add [email protected] to your contact list to make sure she doesn’t end up in spam!
Marlowe’s report offers a great way to understand the structure, pacing and potential of your manuscript. And the report will point out many of the elements that a developmental editor or proofreader might identify, such as story beats, overuse of certain words, possible spelling mistakes and much more.
That said, unless you’re a really good editor as well as a good writer, we recommend that you work with real human beings to edit and proofread your work after you incorporate Marlowe’s feedback. Don’t forget beta readers, too.
Not at all! As long as you can convert your manuscript into a Word or plain-text document, you’re good to go. We’ve made the whole process simple for authors. It’s Marlowe and her programmers who perform the technical wizardry.