Writing is a skilled art. It requires an eye for detail, an ear for tone, and a touch for style. The written word is also a permanent display of one’s ability to communicate not only ideas, but one’s personality, dedication, and diligence in the pursuit of professionalism and care. Your documents, emails, essays, applications… in fact, anything you commit to paper or screen is a constant reflection of who you are.
At Editorproof, we understand that this can be a frightening thought, and that writing can be one of the hardest language skills to master. This is why we are here: to help you express yourself as eloquently as possible.
Editorproof allows you to connect with a professional and passionate wordsmith who will not only make your writing better, but will strive to help you become a better writer.
Don’t let poor writing be an obstacle to your success.
The professional editors at Editorproof can help you turn the simplest communiqué into prose worthy of being read. If you’re not sure how to write a resume, we can help with that. Need a strong cover letter to open doors? We do that too. Whether you need a full edit, t a simple proofread, or a full rewrite, our team of knowledgeable editors have the skills to provide you with error-free writing that is sure to impress. Bosses, colleagues, teachers, and everyone else who will read your words will do so with ease and pleasure.
Native and non-native English users are welcome to request a project quote for business, academic, or personal documents of any length, covering any topic.
We are here to serve you. Contact us today.
Adam has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a master’s degree in English literature. He also completed a professional editing certificate course and interned as an Editorial Assistant at Common Knowledge, an academic journal published by Duke University Press. Adam has been a freelance editor and writer for over a decade.
When he is not at home savouring good books or imagining the characters of his novel-in-progress, Adam enjoys traveling around the world, learning about new cultures and especially about new culinary delights. He enjoys cooking as much as he does eating and hopes to one day give up his desktop for a kitchen window overlooking an ocean somewhere sunny and warm.