Editorial processes in self-publishing works
Though the rules of grammar are the same, there is a single significant difference between editorial processes in a self-publishing company and those practiced in traditional publishing companies. In the traditional model, (most) publishers utilize and impose an in-house “editorial style sheet” designed to give their many books a measure of quality control.
It is worth noting that for this editorial process, the editorial authority rests with the publisher. In self-publishing all editorial authority rests with the author. While it is still the job of the editor to uncover breaks with the established rules of grammar, it remains under the control of the author whether to accept or reject suggested changes.