Whether you're starting a website or putting together a brochure, you'll need words to tell people what you do or what you're offering. Badly-written words could mean that you turn potential customers turn away before you even start.
Fill up this section if you need someone to help you write. If you've already got something written but need help fixing it, head to the Editing section.
Editing involves strengthening your work in terms of style, flow, structure, and readability besides the usual correction for spelling, grammar, punctuation, and other basic/common language mistakes. We'll be doing a lot of polishing to make sure your work is the best that it can be. This could include a certain amount of rewriting, as well as checking for consistency and/or facts where areas of uncertainty or discrepancy arise.
You'll want to select this if your draft is still pretty raw or is in one of its earlier stages. If your piece is already quite polished, you might want try our Proofreading services instead.
Note: we do not provide editing services for student thesis or academic articles as we are not equipped to provide academic-specific input.
Proofreading is the act of reading and correcting basic mistakes in your text. What we'll do is correct your piece for spelling, grammar, and punctuation, as well as other basic/common language mistakes.
You'll want to select this if someone has already edited your work and you want an extra pair of eyes to make sure there are no errors in the final copy! OR... if you just want someone to fix the simple stuff without changing the way you write or provide editorial suggestions to strengthen your work. Factual errors are all your own!
If you've written a novel and don't know what to do next, consider our Fiction Manuscript Evaluation.
A Manuscript Critique or Evaluation provides a broad assessment of the strengths and the weaknesses of the story, looking at things big-picture areas of plot, structure, point of view, and pacing. It's not an edit - we may flag out common/recurring errors in your prose, but we won't be going into the nitty-gritty of fixing your words. We'll give you in-document comments as well as a 1-page overview of the manuscript as a whole.