Have you ever considered using an editor or proofreader as part of project and wondered 
'why should I'

Let me ask you:
1) Have you ever found an error in your article, book, sign, webpage, brochure or letter, AFTER printing and/or presentation? 
2) What has that error cost you in terms of readers, potential clients and printing costs?

I am able to help you by working on your document and identifying any spelling, punctuation or grammatical errors and then do a final proofread on your document.

Author / Novelist

No matter what size your book or manuscript is, you will have spent many hours over many weeks or months capturing the words you wanted to portray. You have personalised this publication becoming emotionally attached to the point that although you have re-read the pages hundreds of times, you have still missed some typos, spelling and grammatical errors. You do not want to go to print like that. Let me help you and your reputation 

Online Presence

Websites have now become a necessity for any business. Whilst they need to be user-friendly and appealing to the eye, they must also be grammatically correct. When visitors come to your website they are not only looking at your services but also your reputation. If they see poorly written script and articles which are too long and tedious together with grammatical and spelling errors, their evaluation of your business will decrease.

Business Papers

From sales marketing and direct advertising copy to blog posts and proposals, I can help you achieve the end goal. With a degree in accounting and financial planning I understand your requirements and what needs to be portrayed. Business documents must present well to the reader whether for clients, potential clients, authorities or in-house. There are two primary reasons for this that you should be aware of. 

Training Manuals

When writing instructional or training manuals the author must ensure that all sentences are clear and easily understood without the potential for any misunderstanding by the reader. Sometimes the writers of training manuals know what they are referring to and as such can unknowingly write an instruction which is perfectly understandable in their eyes but for the uninitiated reader, it could be confusing and a potential error.

Every writer of a manuscript, business report or marketing proposal strives to produce a great document to the best of their ability. But is that good enough for the reader?

We're continually surprised at the amount of writing we read that is hard to understand. Why is that? One would think the authors know what they are writing about. And that is the problem. Often referred to as the curse of knowledge the writer knows everything, but their reader doesn't.

Spelling Still Matters
Ernest Hemingway, Jane Austin, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Keats and Winston Churchill were terrible spellers but they all made good use of their proofreaders. Will you?
Displaced Grammar
‘Only’. This most displaced modifier can have a mixture of meanings when inserted into different positions in the same sentence. Understand and recognise your modifiers.
Improper Punctuation
‘Buy Bed FREE Night Stand’ (one night?) or ‘Welcome to a “clean” family restaurant’ (we only say it’s clean) and ‘ No, Smoking In This Area’ (oh, we smoke here).
Tentative Readability
Every word you write has an important role to play in your documents readability score. Any readings that cause readers to go back over a line will not survive.