Each project is unique, so we’ll decide together the best approach for yours. However, typically, an editing project goes through three stages:
- Stage 1. I edit your document using a mark-revisions feature (“track changes” in Microsoft Word, for example) and insert comments to explain my major editing choices and ask questions.
- Stage 2. You review my work, accept or reject my proposed changes, answer my questions, add comments or questions, and return the document to me.
- Stage 3. I review the document again, make any necessary changes, and answer your questions.
Proofreading is straightforward, as it involves no rewriting or major changes, but I may still need to ask questions or add comments. Your questions are welcome at any stage of the project.
During our project, we’ll communicate via e-mail. I’ll send you regular updates and, for longer projects, I’ll place all project documents in a shared Dropbox or Google Drive folder so that you can check my progress in real time.
Please be available to answer my questions, or delegate a person I can contact if any questions arise during editing or proofreading.
Wondering if I’m the right fit for your project?
Of course you are! That’s why I’ll offer you a free editing or proofreading sample if I’m available to work on your project. Please note that I’ll choose a representative sample from your document, so send me an electronic copy of the whole manuscript. You’ll then review my work and decide whether I’m the language professional you’re looking for.
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Who will review your document
Unlike some providers of editing and proofreading services, I never subcontract. When you hire me, you can be certain that I’ll be the only person who will edit your document.
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Note: I provide only electronic, or on-screen, English editing and proofreading of nonfiction documents. If you have a paper manuscript, please get in touch so we can discuss your options.