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Proofreading is often the final step in the editing process. Usually performed on a typeset document ("galley"), a proofread only corrects errors (no editing) and ensures your book is in the best shape before printing.
A copy edit is a basic form of editing that checks for spelling, grammar, consistency, syntax, and style. Any glaring issues, such as plot holes or major development issues, will be called to the author's attention through comments.
A line edit includes all the elements of the copy edit, but also allows for rewording of awkward sentences and phrases, breaking paragraphs where necessary, and helping with language flow and consistency.
Developmental, or substantive, editing is a multi-step process that first helps you to develop your content, calling out areas to expand, delete, or structurally rearrange. The second step is a line edit after you've implemented all changes.