Do you need a copy editor to polish your manuscript? Maybe you need a proofreader to read through your novel one more time? Are you looking for a writer to write a blog post, article, or eBook?
So which of those three people do you need?
I can do any of those so look no further!
Maybe you’re asking yourself, “What’s the difference between a copy editor and a proofreader?” I get that question quite a bit.
Here’s my definition in a nutshell. A copy editor revises grammar, punctuation, spelling, and consistency issues. For example, if a character has a birthday in May in one part of the book, and the character has a birthday party in December, the copyeditor would catch that kind of mistake.
A proofreader reads through the final version of the book, essay, or writing looking for any typos or formatting problems. This person will look for last minute mistakes before you hit the “Publish” button.
Here’s what I can do with editing and proofreading:
- Research Papers
- Blog Posts
Are you wondering how you can keep up with your blog while you work an 8 to 5 job? Maybe you need articles for your job’s website? Here’s what I enjoy writing:
- Blog posts
- Online content
I want to help you in your journey to publish your novels or help you with whatever writing you need.
Are you ready to edit or proofread your book, or do you need something written? Visit my Portfolio to see what I’ve already done or contact me — michele @ michelemathews dot com!