What is Proofreading?
Proofreading is suited to books that have already been edited and just need another set of fresh eyes to ensure that it is in perfect shape.
Your proofreader will correct any –
- basic grammar
- and capitalization
using Microsoft Word’s Track Changes feature.
Your proofreader will not correct dangling participles, modifiers or any high-level issues. If these issues have not been corrected by an editor beforehand, it will make the proofreader’s task much harder, as it is difficult to correct basic issues in inherently incorrect sentences.
At her discretion, the proofreader might mention issues such as plot holes and inconsistencies, but proofreading does not cover content or formatting issues.