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Here are some overviews of the types of editing support I can provide. I can help polish your writing project no matter where you are in your writing journey. If you have questions or are looking for something slightly different, reach out! I am sure we can make something work. 

Additionally, if you have concerns about pricing, please don't let that be a barrier. I am passionate about telling stories, especially for members of marginalized and underrepresented groups, and would love to find a price that works for both of us. 


Grammar Galore

As your proofreader, I will meticulously go over your content for typos, spelling mistakes, and grammar errors. 

I will provide corrections, as well as a written summary of my work and what I think your next steps are.

Price: $15 per 1500 words


Content Edit

Curating Content

My content editing involves both line and copy edits through a close reading of your content with a focus on clarity and precision. I will provide commentary throughout with questions and suggestions for revision, based off of your needs. 

I will also provide written summary of my work and advice for moving forward. 

Finally, we will have a one hour conversation to go over my recommendations. 

Price: $20 per 1500 words


Concept Review

Polishing Proposals

If you have an idea, proposal, or early draft you want a second set of eyes, I would love to provide the eyes! I will review your materials and provide commentary on your content, as well as a written summary of advice for the project. 

I will also meet with you to discuss my notes and help brainstorm how this project might grow. 

Price: $50 per project


Round Two

Back for More

If you want another round of edits (proofreading or copy editing), your second round will be at a 20% discount and you can come back for more as many times as you want!

Price: 20% off the standard rate


How it Works

Step One: Submit an Inquiry

Reach out with your content brief and a description of what sort of editing services you are looking for, as well as details about your current timeline. 

I will review your project and let you know if I think I have the skills and the time to help you! I will send you a proposal detailing our goals, timeline, and estimated budget.

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Image by Beatriz Pérez Moya

Step Two: Submit your Materials

Once I have accepted your project, I will ask for your full content and a brief write up about your goals and any style information.

We will also schedule a meeting to go over your expectations and I will provide you an invoice based on our discussions giving you final cost information. 

Step Three: I Get to Work!

With your materials and a clear understanding of our goals, I will get to work. Following our agreed upon timeline, I will send you updates as I work through the content.

During this process, I will send you weekly updates, and we may schedule meetings to go over my notes so far. 

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Step Four: Providing Feedback

Once I have finished, I will send you your content with my corrections and annotations, as well as a written summary of what I focused on and what I think your next steps might be. 

From here, we can set up a final meeting, you can resubmit for another Round Two of edits, or you can take your project to the next steps in its journey

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