I read. I read a lot. I enjoy helping writers succeed. Editing and proofreading manuscripts and other writing is one way I help.
Editing or proofreading, what’s the difference?
In a nutshell. A copy editor revises grammar, punctuation, spelling, and consistency issues. For example, if a character has a meeting on Tuesday in one part of the book, and the character meets her friend for drinks after said meeting on Thursday, the copyeditor would catch that kind of error. Copy editing is the de facto fact checker.
A proofreader reads through the final version of the book, essay, or writing looking for typos or formatting problems. The proofreader is the last stop for a “finished” piece.
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