Proofread 70,000 words or less

$225
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What you get with this Hourlie

It happens to the best of us. Whether you’ve spent days or minutes reading over your essay, novel, thesis, or blog post, it’s easy for a small typo or a dropped comma to fall through the cracks. A second pair of eyes can ensure your content is shining and perfect before the “send” or “publish” button is hit.

I have years of experience and the education to support my critical eye in performing that imperative final check. As a native English speaker, I’m skilled in both US and British English, and can adjust my proofreading procedure to make sure the rules of both are tightly adhered to.

With additional skills as a content writer, I can go even further by offering suggestions to improve the work and corrections on inconsistencies, ensuring that the final product is submission-ready.

My services include:
-Checking and correcting spelling.
-Checking and correcting grammar.
-Checking and correcting punctuation.
-Checking and correcting page formatting (indentation, paragraphing, etc.).

I take pride in timely communication and fast turnarounds – with a reputation for delivering ahead of time. All content I receive will be addressed with total confidentiality and with customized corrections based on your requests.

How to get started?

Contact me here or by email at cheyenne.writer.editor@gmail.com. If you have a lesser word count, such as with blog posts, and/or wish to create a long-term project, please get in touch so we can discuss the details.

For more intensive and thorough work, please visit my Copy Editing hourlie for more details.

Get more with Hourlie Add-ons

  • I can proofread an additional 40,000 words

    Additional 2 working days

    +$100
  • I can proofread an additional 20,000 words

    Additional 2 working days

    +$50
  • I can deliver all work in 1 working day
    +$80

What the Seller needs to start the work

The document in Microsoft Word format. Also, a note detailing any specific things to look out for (capping a certain title or ignoring a certain punctuation style (e.g. Oxford comma)) is preferred but not required.