So you just wrote a very important document for your job, or your first book. Yet homonyms confuse you, your indifference to quality punctuation is strong, and you can’t be bothered to restart spellcheck on your software.
I’m here to help. I have an extensive history writing corporate eMails and preparing business correspondence 9 to 5 for over a decade.
But what I love is fiction writing. I not only wrote a novel “Brain Of Glass”, which I am certainly not promoting on Kindle because that would be wrong, but I leveraged writing 8 screenplays (I think that counts, doesn’t it?) into a part time job analyzing and critiquing screenplays. Yes, those do exist. Readers can critique, mentor and generally push new writers to do better, and write articles on topics like character motivation and other things you can’t imagine anyone cares about anymore.
The point of this slightly pretentious pitch is that I love writing, and reading as well. My grammar is as perfect as I want it to be, isn’t it? And I want to make your book or document as perfect as it can be, yet never deny you the thrill of making it completely yours. So consider giving me a chance to do that for you.