Proofreading is first and foremost not editing. The revisions that go on in proofreading are more accurately called corrections, limited to grammar, typos, and small errors of that nature. Larger issues and concerns are left unaddressed.
Most people that want proofreading need editing, and aren’t familiar with the distinction. If you’re sure proofreading is what you need, however, I’ll be more than happy to take a look at whatever it is you need checking and polished.
For projects longer than 4k words, please contact me.
He enjoys learning, making, and teaching things. Though he works internationally, he's based in the Bay Area, trained and operating by the University of California, Berkeley. He's considered a leading authority on the topic of Rhetoric.
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