My Proofreading Services

That’s right. I’m offering proofreading services again!

Happy Monday! I’m excited to write this post announcing that I am officially offering editing services once again!

If you’ve been around for a while, I used to offer copyediting and proofreading services. In early 2021 though, I stopped editing to focus on my social media management business, which is now on its way to becoming a book marketing business for authors. (I’ll have a post explaining what’s up with that business once I’m done re-designing my website!)

I love editing, and I’ve been missing it a lot lately, so I decided to re-launch a proofreading business. I don’t have the time or energy to dedicate to copyediting. However, I do have the time and energy to proofread. So, I compromised.

Now, I offer proofreading services for short stories and fiction novels. However, I am open to non-fiction and other forms of content if you email me.

Check out my proofreading services page HERE to learn more details about my services, such as:

  • Pricing
  • What proofreading includes
  • How to contact me
  • Books I’ve edited
  • Testimonials
  • My credentials

I cannot wait to start working with editing clients again, and hopefully, some of you too ☺️

Ways to Get Paid for Writing

Being a writer is tough, and sometimes getting good pay is difficult. Because of this, I came up with a list of different ways to get paid by writing (aside from being a published author)!

Freelance Writer – Being a freelance writer is a great way to get paid for writing. You can have the opportunity to write for magazine’s and so many other things. This is just a great way to pay the bills while you are trying to become a published other, or if you want another job that isn’t being  a published author.

Writing Competitions – I personally love writing competitions! They are a great way to make some pocket cash for doing what you love, writing. There are writing competitions for short stories, novels, novellas, etc, etc, and a lot of the time the prizes are a good chunk of money. I try to steer towards contests with no entry fee because some writing contests that have an entry fee may be a scam.

Editor or Proofreader – You aren’t exactly a writer, but you are fixing up somebody else’s work, and are still making some money. If you are a good editor I highly recommend doing this part time!

Those are a few ways to get paid besides becoming a published author and I hope you liked it!