clients are uncertain of the differences between
editing and proofreading.
Editing is a heavily involved document correction process that
entails major changes to structure and sentences throughout the
document. Proofreading, on the other hand, is a professional
service that closely scrutinizes an edited document and fixes minor
errors that an editor may have overlooked.
Proofreading corrects minor errors
Professional proofreading services can improve your chances of
publication, as no publisher is interested in sloppy writing, and
many publishers will turn away a document, no matter how good it is,
if they find only a few errors. Our proofreading services find the
errors before they do.
Clients choose Dragonfly Freelance to
proofread their most important documents because we are trained
proofreaders who are focused, reliable, and professional.
proofreading of the following documents:
All Proofreading includes Track
(a Word tool that allows you to see our
accept or decline them).
Proofreading is one of the final
steps prior to publication, and is your final opportunity to
catch any previously overlooked errors.
Generally, documents ready for
proofreading have few errors; however, the final errors found in a
document are enough to put off your clients. A writing error,
however small, speaks volumes about a company or individual's
attention to detail and their professional quality.
taken a long time to finish your novel. You've read it so many
times you can't even look at it any more. We specialize in
proofreading novels and preparing your writing for publication.
firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or proposals.
Our Professional Proofreading Services
are based out of Baltimore, MD.