I have a dream that one day everything we read online will not be riddled with errors and grammatical mistakes. Currently it’s just a dream, but I’m holding out hope.
I spent the majority of my college degree and adult life helping friends and family edit anything that came my way: essays, blog posts, websites, business letters… you name it. It wasn’t until this summer that I realized this was a big need across the board, especially among my entrepreneurial friends. I find that for most people it’s not a matter of having things to say, it’s knowing how to say them.
Here’s where you come in. If you (like most folks) struggle with putting your thoughts to words, editing your captions and write-ups, or filling your website with interesting, relatable content then you are not alone. Perhaps you’re a student struggling to get your point across in your essays, or maybe you’re a photographer who speaks best behind a camera not a keyboard. Regardless of your situation, I’m here to help! I love communicating, (shoutout to university for giving me a degree in it) storytelling, and pretty much anything that draws people into the beauty of the written word. Starting 2019 I am opening myself up for clients seeking:
Don’t let university professors, potential clients, or readers be distracted from what you want to say by how you say it.
Start-up Package: $200 includes initial phone call to discuss submitted draft and direction of paper, 3 hours of editing, and emails (Edits exceeding 3 hours billed at $40 per hour) *Recommended for Graduate school personal statements or residency applications.
Online content edit: $40 per hour
Essays/ academic papers: $35 per page (all work that exceeding 1 page automatically billed as 2)
If you aren’t sure what category your work falls under, just shoot me an email!
*Discounts available for larger papers
*Prices are subject to change depending on the nature of the work.
*Prices all in USD.
Email: email@example.com with “Editing Inquiry” in the subject line.
“I want to thank you for helping me with my personal statement! During my residency interviews I received frequent complements on how interesting and well written it was. Several program directors were particularly captivated by the first sentence and said that essay stood out, and made them want to know more about me. Thank you for all your help!”
-Dan (medical student)