So, what’s the difference between proofreading and editing? It’s really about style. If your book, screenplay, script or play are written in a regional vernacular or even involve a new vocabulary or fantasy location. Who are we to correct your grammer.
Proofreading is more about getting it right and making sure that your message comes through loud and clear, that the spelling of ordinary words are correct and that the continuity of the manuscript is consistent. Proofreading takes place after a book has completed the editing process and before the book goes to print.
Of course if you want to do your own editing and simply want a second or third pair of eyes to look at your work and make sure that the spelling and grammar are correct, we’re happy to do that too.