Making Your Submissions Exceptional

Writers commonly believe editing and proofreading are the same. They’re not. Editors focus on content and style, while proofreaders study detail and look for technical mistakes.

A proofreader searches your writing for errors before you submit your work to a contest judge, publisher, etc. This function follows editing and is the final step before the content is released.

These are the areas on which we focus:

1.       Formatting

2.       Grammar

3.       Spelling

4.       Mechanics (typos, paragraph breaks, etc.)

5.       Comma usage

6.       Capitalization

7.       Consistency in font size(s)

8.       Uniformity in heading style(s)

9.       Page numbering

10.   Headers and footers

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