How to make your proofreading and editing business stand out
If you're a new proofreader or editor and you're wondering whether you should specialize, here's my advice, all packed up into a 15-page PDF booklet.
I believe that being a specialist makes sense in a global editorial market, and in this free mini ebook, I discuss how using the appropriate language helps you achieve the following goals, even if you're a new starter:
Louise Harnby is a line editor, copyeditor and proofreader who specializes in working with crime, mystery, suspense and thriller writers.
She is an Advanced Professional Member of the Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading (CIEP), a member of ACES, a Partner Member of The Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), and co-hosts The Editing Podcast.
21/11/2017 07:59:56 pm
Sage advice as usual, Louise! I always find your blogs really helpful.
27/11/2017 11:15:35 am
Thank you so much, Sophie!
18/11/2020 08:33:49 pm
Thank you for this, I'm finding so much of your work to be invaluable in these early stages of mine. Very much appreciated.
20/3/2021 04:38:35 pm
Thank you so much for this. I am just contemplating this new career path and your book has given me a lot of help.
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'Louise uses her expertise to hone a story until it's razor sharp, while still allowing the author’s voice to remain dominant.'
'I wholeheartedly recommend her services ... Just don’t hire her when I need her.'
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'Sincere thanks for a beautiful and elegant piece of work. First class.'
'What makes her stand out and shine is her ability to immerse herself in your story.'
'A million thanks – your mark-up is perfect, as always.'