Every Writer Needs a Good Editor
All writers, no matter how experienced and talented they may be, can benefit from working with an editor. We all have blind spots and sometimes lack the detachment to see our writing as others will. Even if you have revised and proofread your writing, it should be reviewed to ensure clarity and correctness. From seeing the big picture to fixing errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation, an editor can make sure that your ideas are presented in the best way possible.
Whether you are writing a book or a thesis, working on a website, or developing a brochure, you hope to create a good impression and attract as many readers or clients as possible. Working with an excellent editor and writer—like me—can give you the competitive edge that you need.
My Editorial Services
Depending on the amount of help you need, I can do all or some of the following:
- evaluate your writing for overall effectiveness
- make suggestions for rewriting or reworking
- edit to make your writing tight, concise, and clear
- make sure that your work is well organized
- improve the flow of sentences and paragraphs
- correct errors in grammar, usage, spelling, and punctuation
For nearly three decades, I have helped my satisfied clients get their writing published or grow their businesses. My clients include authors, graduate students, entrepreneurs, small businesses, traditional publishers, and nonprofit organizations. I especially enjoy working with individuals, businesses, and nonprofits that are committed to a sustainable environment and a more just society.
Whatever your financial, creative, or academic goals might be, my editorial skills and experience can help make those goals a reality.
Let’s talk! Give me a call at 505-984-0025 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your project.
I really enjoyed working with Sarah Wolbach. She was easy to communicate with, and she got the job done expertly and efficiently. Her rates were very reasonable. I would definitely use her services again, and recommend her to others. —Dr. Janet P. Mandell