Grace A. Johnson
Well, would you look at that. Someone is starting a proofreading business.
All right, I wouldn't call it a "business" just yet...just a side hustle. Anyway, point is that I am doing proofreads to make a little extra dough. If you've just finished up a project and you're interested in having your article, short story, or novella proofread, then just read over these guidelines here (they're actually my terms and conditions for my reviewing service, but the same conditions apply, meaning if you submit a proofreading request, you are bound by the same terms and I'll only accept what meets the guidelines stated in the terms and conditions).
But enough of that legal mumbo-jumbo. It's time to get down and dirty.
I'm only taking on projects of up to 30,000 words at this time - that way, I should be able to get the finished product back to you within a week.
I charge $0.01 per word - that means the maximum I'll charge is $300. These are basically the lowest rates out there, by the way. Most proofreaders charge $0.05 a word or per hour.
Payments will be made through PayPal.
More extensive guidelines are in the link above, but to summarize, I'm accepting clean and inspirational and/or Christian fiction to proofread - or clean nonfictional content (i.e., articles, blog posts, etc.). No profane language, explicit content, etc., etc. Same stuff as usual.
If you're interested, you can submit a request here and I'll get back to you ASAP!
If you're not interested, feel free to share this post on social media or with your writerly friends!
Sound good? Good! I can't wait to get started proofreading your project!