Say It Like You Mean It
Language can be tricky. Our brains often interpret text the way we think it should be written rather than the way it actually is written. (This is the reason we can make sense of jumbled text like this.) For this reason, every writer needs someone else to read their work. Yes, even editors who also write need an editor. We need each other.
This is where I come in. I have years of editing and proofreading experience under my pen, from genre fiction to complex scholarly articles and monographs. Each project deserves to have its own voice and style heard, and I can help you polish your text for publication or manage that voice to best attract and entice your audience. I can wrangle your text to fit the dictates of Chicago Manual of Style, APA style, or your own unique hybrid. Let me know what you need, and we'll make it happen.
Get a Quote
All rough estimates are free. A short sample edit is available for $10.
List of Selected Clients and Employers
- Jeanine Staples, author of The Revelations of Asher
- Gale, Gale Researcher
- Kathryn T. Gines, author of Hannah Arendt and the Negro Question, Indiana University Press
- ASTM International
- Penn State University Press
- Temple University Press
- Running Press
- Marc Schaeffer, author of The Devil's Grandson