I realised it has been some time since I posted on my website (I’ve been posting fairly regularly on Twitter should you wish to follow me there: @another_tweeter).
I have been busy copyediting two books for Equinox Publishing (where I worked as a journal manager and editorial assistant until January 2018), both of which were sent to the printers on Tuesday. These are The Bible for the Curious: A Brief Encounter by the late Professor Philip Davies (which is due out in November: https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/the-bible-for-the-curious/) and Jews: Nearly Everything you Wanted To Know*… *but were too afraid to ask by Rabbi Dan Cohn-Sherbok and (philosopher) Peter Cave (also due out in November: https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/jews/). The latter also contains original cartoon illustrations by Dan Cohn-Sherbok (and lots of dry Jewish humour). I have enjoyed both tasks immensely and am very pleased with the final results of both. I am looking forward to seeing the printed copies very soon!
I have also started a new degree this September, studying Law at Manchester Metropolitan University. I hope to be able to offer proofing in this field soon, but want to familiarise myself a little more with Law before I offer this! As I am studying part time, I am still working as Proof-Ed during the day (and weekends…and any other time I may find!), so please get in touch if you would like me to read/edit/index for you!
Finally, please keep an eye on my “testimonials” page which I am updating with new comments in the near future.
Thank you for visiting my page, and I hope to read for you soon.
Thank you for visiting my pages.
I am fully booked for the remaining few days of April and the first week of May. After that, I have partial availability for the rest of May, and plenty of availability from June onwards. Please email me if you want to check my availability during these times.
Also, please do get in touch if you would like me to read your work over the summer. As I always say, “it is never too early to organise a reader!”
With kind regards,
I have some availability for March, particularly for articles and chapters, but it is best to get in touch with any queries if you would like me to fit you in at this time.
I have lots of availability for April due to a customer’s book deadline unexpectedly changing, so do feel free to contact me with projects for April. It’s never too early!
With kind regards,
Wishing all of my customers and new visitors to the website a very happy 2018. I hope the year has got off to a good start for you all.
From the beginning of February 2018 I have started a more full-time role at Proof-Ed which will free me up to accept a lot more work from customers than I have previously been able to take on. I am looking forward to reading new research and theses this year, and would be delighted to hear from you, whether you are a new customer or a returning one.
I would like to say a big thank you to my customers of 2017, particularly to those who have very kindly recommended my service to their friends and colleagues. It is a pleasure to be acquainted with you and to have the privilege of reading the research that you have worked so hard on.
With kind regards,
Just a short note to say that the Facebook page for Proof-Ed is going to be unavailable for the foreseeable future as I would like to close my personal account which also means closing my Proof-Ed page. Any enquiries should be directed to me by email (sarah[at]proof-ed.com).
My availability for Proof-Ed will be increasing from around November 2017 when I am planning to begin working more full-time hours as a proofreader and editor after a successful couple of years thus far. Thank you for all of your custom getting me to this point. It is a pleasure to read your research and other writings.
With best wishes,
Hi everyone. Thank you for visiting the website today. I just wanted to let you know that I am taking a short holiday from 1st – 9th of May so I will not be answering any emails during this time. I will respond to any queries when I return.
May is already fully booked, although I have some odd spaces for articles (less than 10,000 words ideally) or bibliographies, so it is worth getting in touch if you have an end-of-May/early-June deadline. June has lots of availability at the moment.
Please remember that it is never too soon to get in touch! I have a very busy schedule as Proof-Ed is only undertaken in the evenings and weekends (at the moment…) so I always appreciate as much warning as can be given. I hate to turn anyone down.
In the meantime I will say goodbye and wish you all a good week.
With best wishes,
March is now fully booked along with the first week of April. I have availability for the following three weeks of April, but I would advise contacting me sooner rather than later if you would like some proofreading done during this time.
I will be having a small break from work for the first week of May, but will be taking on work from the 7th of May onwards.
As always, it’s never too early to reserve a space in my diary – I even have some work planned for 2018!
I look forward to hearing from you and wish you all the best with ongoing research!
From January 2017, I am very pleased to be offering 10% discounts for early career researchers and those who are unwaged. This discount will automatically be applied to invoices for all those who qualify.
I also offer 10% student discounts on articles and chapters, and a heavily discounted set rate for theses and dissertations.
Happy New Year!
I would like to wish all of my customers, and their loved ones, a happy, healthy and prosperous 2017.
It is nice to be able to post on a website so that I can send these good wishes to you and can thank you all – wherever you are in the world – for your kind custom over the last year.
I hope to read the work of both new and returning customers in the new year, and am already looking forward to proofreading for those customers who have reserved a spot in my diary.
Thank you and wishing ALL OF YOU the best,
Wishing all of my customers a very happy Christmas and hoping you are all spending it in the ways that you wish to.