Author Services

Vikki Patis is a bestselling psychological suspense author published by Bloodhound Books and Bookouture. She runs both The Bandwagon blog and the Psychological Suspense Authors’ Association.

Websites

The Debut

Are you a debut author, or just have a couple of books published you want to showcase?

Prices start at £250

The Darling

Perfect for authors with a few books with multiple translations, deals, or other media.

Prices start at £400

The Dazzler

For the prolific author who releases more than one book a year or has a huge backlist.

Prices start at £650


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Editorial

I offer all types of editorial services, including structural editing, copy editing, and proof-reading. Fiction and non-fiction accepted. Prices start at £15 per 1000 words.

Submission

If you’re looking for an agent or publisher, you’ll need to put a submission together. This is often made up of the same things, but often different agencies and publishing houses have varying requirements! I can take the pressure off and put together a package for each submission. Prices from £50, and bundles available.

Or do you need a helping hand with a synopsis for your current contract? I can help with all or any of the above. Prices start at £30.

Social Media

Trying to keep up with social media can be a full-time job in itself! Whether you just need setting up or you would like someone to run your channels, I can help. Prices vary so get in touch today for a free, no obligation quote.


Vikki has a keen editor’s eye for detail and is, without question, a gifted wordsmith.

Laurence Bradbury, bestselling author and ghostwriter



Vikki is an extremely dedicated, hard-working and enthusiastic publicist, the like of which any writer would be proud to have on their side. Her deep love of literature shines through in her expert use of social media. Her interactions with fans always feel genuine, because they are.

Peadar Ó Guilín, bestselling author of The Call


Not sure if you need an author website? Check out my blog post on why they’re an important tool in any author’s kit.