Proofreading checks your almost final copy for grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors. It cleans up any previously overlooked mistakes that earlier editing missed.


Copyediting helps locate confusing structure, out of place references, or other incongruities that leave the reader wondering what the author is trying to say.

New Authors

New author assistance is a program where we partner with you to help you create your best work. The goal of this program is to help ensure that your voice is heard through your writing.

Do you feel inspired to write a book, short story, or article but hesitate because grammar isn’t your thing? Do you have a book written but feel too intimidated to more forward with publishing or promoting because spelling and punctuation rules frighten you?

The solution to meeting your goal or achieving your dream of publishing a book or other written work is to hire a proofreader or copy editor. Will it cost money to hire a professional? Yes. How can you justify spending money on something like that? Well, how much is achieving your dream worth? Are you willing to invest a small amount for the payoff of being published? As a proofreader, I can’t guarantee that your book will be a hit or that you will get your money back in sales. But I can promise that if it is your dream to write a book, I can remove one stumbling block from your path. Let me worry about grammar, punctuation, and spelling. You focus on your story, your characters, your plot, and all the other exciting components that leave readers wanting more. I’ll take care of the technical issues that throw people off so your work can shine.

Don’t let the fear of English grammar rules keep you from achieving your dream. A small investment in proofreading or copyediting services may offer the reassurance you need to be confident in taking your final step toward publishing your book or submitting your story or article to the magazine, newspaper, or journal you’ve dreamed of writing for.

To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark.

Victor Hugo