A Proofreader Catches the Last Tiny Mistakes
Why should you use a proofreader?
So your manuscript has been copy edited and you think it’s ready for publishing. You’ve read it and re-read it, and it looks “okay” to you. Unfortunately, it still has errors that your spell-checking software may have missed. This is what proofreaders are for.
While copy editing deals more with content, proofreading focuses more on correct spelling, page numbers and headings, and the overall appearance of your manuscript. Sometimes our brains skip over things that look right, but aren’t right.
Proofreading can be tedious, and time consuming, but it is one of the small, but very important last steps before mass publication that can make a big difference in the finished result.
As an author, you want your final copy to be perfect, and we can help make that happen.
You can see our prices for proofreading here.
Note: Adriel is not a proofreader since she enjoys audiobook proofing so much more. She subcontracts this out to Trish Preston.