Manuscript Proofreading Services

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Expert Proofreading Services for Flawless Manuscripts

We proofread and revise your manuscript line-by-line, focus on syntax and writing style, remove misspelled words, and address any language errors in your book draft to prepare it for the publication process.

Get Your Final Draft Revised And Ready To Be Published

So you have your manuscript written and edited and you think it’s ready to be submitted to your literary agent or publisher. When you decide to go through a few pages or chapters of your book for one last time, you notice that you have actually missed prepositions and made huge errors with the spellings and format. No matter how well you edited your draft, if it still contains these small yet noticeable mistakes, it can highly affect your chances of being a published author.

Manuscript proofreading involves dealing with issues like stylistic concerns, language errors, typos, and grammar, and fixing the format of a book to ensure that the reading experience is smooth and there are no basic errors. We provide proofreading and editing for authors and writers to help them fasten the publishing process and make them achieve success in their fields. Our native English-speaking proofreaders and editors have the expertise and skills to polish your manuscripts and ensure the proper formatting of your book drafts.

Multistep Proofreading Process

Choosing our leading book proofreading services will be the best thing you’ll do for your manuscript! We help you select the best editor and proofreader from our team based on the type of editing and skills you expect. Here is how our multistep proofreading process works:

  1. Our customer support team will get in touch with you and receive the details of your manuscript like book type/genre, book-length, word count, and your preferences.​
  2. You’ll be contacted by one of our editors to discuss your book details. Feel free to ask as many questions about the service as you like.​
  3. After the initial consultation, we’ll start working on your manuscript and keep you updated about the progress. The duration will vary according to the word count and urgency.​
  4. Once we’re done proofreading your draft, you’ll receive the final copy for review. In case you want some changes, your manuscript will be revised.​

Our Manuscript Proofreaders Are Professional And Experienced

Join hands with our skilled and expert proofreaders who will make your manuscript writing clean and polished. We will work on punctuation, spelling, language, and typos to remove all the minor gunk from your drafts whether it’s your book, script, or music manuscript. The end product will be free from all the minor errors and look professional to be submitted to your publisher or editor for final publishing.

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Our Proofreading Service Features

Manuscript proofreading is a component of book editing that serves as an important step in refining your stories and scripts to ensure they flow smoothly and consistently. Our leading manuscript editing services help authors to improve the quality of their manuscripts and make the publishing process easy. Our service features include:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Global Questions

What is manuscript proofreading?

Manuscript proofreading involves working on several elements in a book draft. It addresses grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, consistency, writing style, formatting, and more. Working on a book is a long and tiring process and if you haven’t edited and proofread your draft, it is difficult to garner attention from literary agents and publishers. It is crucial to work closely with a professional proofreader who addresses all the required elements of editing to polish your manuscript according to industry standards.

How much does it cost to hire a proofreader?

The cost of editing depends on the type of editing you want for your drafts, book-length, word count, deadline, and the number of revisions required. A professional editor may cost on a per-word, per hour, or a per-project basis.
For example, editing costs for a 70,000-word would be:

  • Developmental editing: $.08 per word, or $5,600 total
  • Basic copy editing: $.018 per word, or $1,260 total
  • Proofreading: $.0113, or $791 total

The editing costs are also determined by the experience, skills, and services offered by a professional editor and how long the editor has been in the industry.

What is the difference between editing and proofreading?

Editing is a broad term and involves a lot of parts concerned with refining a manuscript. It includes developmental editing, structural editing, editorial assessment, and copyediting. All these tasks focus on macro editing of a draft and work on various structural and storytelling components to edit any loopholes in the story.


Proofreading may come under the umbrella of editing or can be considered separately as well. Where editing works on broader issues, proofreading deals with micro editing of the draft content from a grammar and language perspective, while also correcting the format of a manuscript.

Can you proofread a manuscript?

Absolutely. That’s exactly what we have been doing for our long-term clients who have achieved enormous success with their books. We deal with all the aspects of manuscript proofreading required in your draft and work closely with our customers to exchange feedback and suggestion between them and our editors. We address basic and complex writing errors effectively and polish every element of your manuscript. Our round-the-clock customer support provides an efficient way of communication for our clients to build trust and confidence.

What types of manuscripts qualify for proofreading?

We provide editing and proofreading services for the following types of manuscripts:

  • Novels and novellas
  • Short stories
  • Nonfiction books (memoirs, biographies, self-help)
  • Scripts and screenplays
  • Ebooks
  • Chapters and excerpts
How do you select proofreaders for a manuscript?

Each professional editor has a specific set of skills and experiences that makes them better suited to serve particular clients and projects and there is no editor or proofreader who is better than the other. Keeping this in mind, here are a few things to consider when finding an editor for your manuscript:

  1. rs based on the genres they cover: It’s important to team up with an editor who serves the particular genre you write in. Having an editor experienced in science-fiction working with your romance manuscript probably won’t be a wise idea.
  2. Have a look at their professional experience: Some authors prefer to work with editors who have edited manuscripts for famous authors while others work best with editors who have had a successful experience with first-time authors.
  3. Decide the kind of critique you’re willing to receive: When working with an editor, you may receive blunt and straightforward advice and you can also have a frank response from an editor. It depends on what best suits you.
  4. Ensure communication: You can choose the style of communication according to your preference. You can go for either face-to-face meetings for in-depth discussion and feedback or choose to receive weekly updates for only key points of your manuscript editing.
What if I don't like the final draft?

Not a problem. You’re most welcome to contact us and send back your final draft in case you’re not satisfied. We offer unlimited revisions for our valued clients to ensure they’re heard and dealt with carefully. Make sure you communicate your concerns in a timely fashion and tell us what changes you want. Once we know we have edited and formatted the book according to your needs, we’ll send you the revised draft. We stay with you throughout the editing process to ensure your full satisfaction.

Is your manuscript proofreading service confidential?

An unprofessional editor may share the details of your project to attract new clients and breach your rights in the process. We take pride in saying that all the information and manuscripts you provide us remain strictly confidential.


We follow professional writing and publishing standards to ensure that the excerpts from your book aren’t used elsewhere without your knowledge.