Hurray! You’ve reached the stage where your manuscript or written copy is ready to send to the printer! Or is it? Time to call the proofreader!
Even if you’re working with a graphic designer or copyeditor, it’s crucial to have a second set of eyes proofread your project. Save yourself some embarrassment; I bet these people wish they’d hired a proofreader.
I’ll review your work line by line, noting any typographical, grammatical, or formatting issues using conventional style guides. Sure, I’ll mark it up with red lines, but it’s a good thing! I means I’ve spotted the errors instead of your readers.
I work with MS Word documents, Google Docs, PDFs, or hard copies.
Who Needs a Proofreader?
If you’re sharing an important message with others, you need a proofreader. Drop me a line to polish any of the following types of projects:
- blog posts
- magazine articles
- voiceover or documentary scripts
- promotional materials
- fiction and nonfiction
If you’re still working on story, click here for editing services.