Updated: Aug 25, 2019
2. COPYEDITING (MOST COMMON) Copyediting takes proofreading to the next level by involving rewrites and sentence restructuring. I examine word choice, overall message, speech patterns, and voice. The goal is to ensure that your work reads smoothly and your ideas are expressed clearly. This is the most common type of editing I do.
3. SUBSTANTIVE EDITING
Otherwise known as the whole shebang, this type of editing is usually reserved for longer works such as white papers, dissertations, or novels. I will not only point out large structural or plot problems, but also suggest how to fix them. I may also suggest reworking the pacing, tone, or organization, and will always provide a reason for my suggested changes.
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