Proofreading & Editing

Info Sorseress
21 Jul. '19

Hey their,

Oops, let's start again, shall we?

Hey there,

Yep, much better. It's a minor difference, really, but when it comes to your story, mistakes like these can make or break your relationship with the reader. I must admit, I'm a bit fussy myself when it comes to grammar, and I tend to cringe when I see something like that.


Because I know it could easily be helped. Most of the times all it takes is an extra pair of eyes to have a look, and an extra pair of hands to do the typing, and voila, a well-edited story can emerge, one that catches the eyes of many.

So, how do I come into the picture (or shall I say story)?


You send me your manuscript electronically, then within a discussed timeframe I read it, check it for mistakes (grammar, punctuation, repeated words, synonym words, etc), and edit it to make it flow better. So, no more confusion whether you should use their, there, they're, or how many times 'he said, she said' is acceptable within a few pages. 

For only £10 I will proofread and edit a 500-word document. Anything longer than that, we might be able to work a better deal out. If still in doubt or have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Remember, first imperessions (sorry, impressions) count. Happy writing!