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Whether your document needs a quick once-over, a light tweak or a full overhaul, I’m here to help. I offer editing and proofreading services tailored to suit your needs.


When your document has been written, edited and the layout has been designed, it’s almost ready for publication. It’ll just need one final check to make sure everything is as it should be. This is where the proofreader comes in – to catch any last-minute errors that have made it onto the page. Generally speaking, the proofreader should not be the same person as the copy-editor; a fresh pair of eyes is very important at this final stage.

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Copy-editing typically happens after the document has been written but before the designer or typesetter lays it out on the page. The editor acts as a bridge between the writer and the designer, correcting errors in the text and, if appropriate, indicating to the designer where the illustrations, tables and so on should go in the finished work.

Ready to work with me?

Please get in touch using the contact form. If you have a specific project in mind, then helpful things to mention at this stage include the type of document you’d like me to work on, the approximate word count and what sort of deadline you have. I’m also very happy to answer more general queries.
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