First things first. You have a first draft, but where do you go from there? It can be hard to see the forest for the trees when you've worked so hard on a project. Taking a step back is critical to reaching your goals.
An editorial evaluation outlines what works, what doesn't, and how to take the next steps towards the final draft. First, I read your whole manuscript, top to bottom, while making notes on both the broad strokes and the details. The evaluation you receive will start with the big things like narrative structure and voice, character development, and plot arcs. I then look at any bad habits you may have in your writing, from misused commas to purple prose. Finally, I'll recommend how to approach the next steps, including what you can do on your end and what type of editing would best help to bring out your project's strengths.
See below for a sample editorial evaluation from a recent client.