Writers want their content to be clean, polished and professional. I should know -- I am one myself. However, the complex rules of grammar often get in the way, not to mention the equally complex and often foggy rules of great writing.
I am here to keep that from happening. I am an experienced newspaper copy and content editor, an award winning writer and playwright, and a journalist with experience writing for national publications. I work with words both for fun and for a living, and I know how to make your writing better. For $5, you get one round of light to moderate editing for grammar, content, and readability.
When I edit, be it for a news article, a short story, an essay, a press release, or a script, I use a three-pass system I have been using for years.
First, I go through whatever I am reading solely to correct grammar and usage. Once that is complete and the work is grammatically perfect, I go back and solve readability problems--things like overlong sentences and unclear or clunky phrasing. Finally, I make comments on any content issues, like too many characters, too much or too little tension, etc.