The final check, a proof reader ensures that every i is dotted, every t crossed. Every writer knows that they are blind to their own mistakes, that they know what the word should say, so can read it fifty times and not spot a typo or stray apostrophe.
When you present your work to an agent or a publisher it is essential to make the best possible impression – they will not be impressed by bad spelling or grammar. You are looking to build a professional relationship with an editor and they need to know that you take your writing seriously if they are going to invest in you. If you were applying for a job would you send your CV peppered with typos?
Make your work the best that it can be and employ an extra pair of eyes to get it right.
Each job is priced separately depending on the length of the manuscript.
Use the contact form below to get in touch with Brenda O’Hanlon or Susan Feldstein. Give them as much information as possible about your project, including word count and genre. When your chosen editor has seen a sample of your work they will provide you with a quotation.