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Comment by Erica Simonson on May 1, 2018 at 22:06

"When I look good, you look better!"

Hello, reporters!  My name is Erica.  I live on a boat with my husband and cat in beautiful Juneau, Alaska! I have always loved words and language, and I love proofreading as well!

I work primarily with reporters who want to increase their profitability and know that a last set of "eagle eyes" will ensure that their transcripts are as flawless as possible!

I will scour your jobs for the following types of errors:

✓ Punctuation
✓ Capitalization
✓ Spelling
✓ Transposed words
✓ Numerical 
✓ Formatting
✓ Inconsistencies
✓ Missing Information
✓ Repetitive Errors
✓ Addresses
✓ Phone numbers
✓ E-mail addresses
✓ Phraseology that just doesn’t make sense
…and the list goes on!

I take pride in my work ethic and LOVE efficiency! I also am experienced in medical terminology.

Some feedback from my wonderful clients:

"You totally came through for me and alleviated a ton of stress."

"I was very pleased with ALL of the things you noted in your proofread of the job. I loved that you noted the inconsistencies."

"I'm sure you have been told that you're good at what you made me feel comfortable allowing my 'baby' to go out."

"It worked out really well and was a positive experience and alleviated so much stress." 

"Great work! You picked up things very quickly."

"I was very appreciative of the little details you caught. A lot of people would overlook that, and you caught several of those... those are the things that I am impressed by because it takes thorough attention to detail to catch them."

"So happy I found Skookum Proofreading!"

"You rock!"

"I hope we can work together again, soon!"

Thanks so much for connecting with me! I look forward to hearing about your needs. If you'd like to "test the waters," we can discuss a discount on your first pages. I can be reached at,, and

Comment by Tracy Gregory on May 1, 2018 at 17:43

NEED HELP WITH YOUR SUMMERTIME WORKLOAD?  I am a teacher assistant interested in picking up some supplemental summer work (and possibly beyond) beginning in mid-June.  Can handle at least 100 pp. a day with a two-day turnaround at .40 per page (PayPal is preferred payment method).  Do not charge extra for weekend work.  Prefer reading from ASCII text files and provide simple errata sheet for corrections. If interested, please email

Comment by Katie Prentice on April 30, 2018 at 12:20

Hi!  I'm Katie.  I'm ready, willing, and able to do a magnificent job proofreading your transcript!  Just to show you, I'm offering first-time clients the first 20 pages at no cost (yes, free!)  You'll be proud to submit your transcript in final form when I'm done with it!  

Don't be stuck worrying about silly commas, semicolons, capitalization, and the like.  You earn your money by taking on new jobs, not reviewing them! So let me get my hands on those transcripts so you can do what you were highly trained to do!  My "red pen" and I are ready to go!

Contact me at

Call me at 805-304-6614

Visit my website at

To your success.

Comment by Lona Raye Bigelow on April 30, 2018 at 2:07

I am starting to feel quite guilty because I am having such a fabulous time on the beach and coast in Anna Bay, Australia, with my husband and pup.

Are there any court reporters out there who want to send me some work to rescue me? Send me your pdf transcript to proofread. Remember that I am a day ahead of you which is to your advantage.  


Comment by Cindy Wolverton on April 27, 2018 at 7:10

I'm looking to add a few clients to my schedule. Contact me at for rates.

Comment by Lisa Schmidt on April 24, 2018 at 11:37

I am available to proofread in CaseCAT or PDF.

Comment by Jennifer Doyle on April 19, 2018 at 7:56

Hi! I'm a PDF proofreader with availability this weekend and the first part of next week. I would love to help you free up some time. Let's work together! First 15 pages are free for new clients. Email me at to get started.


Jennifer Doyle

Comment by Lynn St. Martin on April 16, 2018 at 12:38

Waiting for Spring, and available for all your proofreading needs. Contact me at: Visit my website for more info.

Comment by Lynn St. Martin on April 16, 2018 at 12:35

Comment by Dawn Marie Gaylor on April 15, 2018 at 17:55

I am a PDF proofreader and available for proofreading. I have Morson's as well as Court Reporting: Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation, so I'm able to refer to whichever you prefer. Regular rates apply to weekend work. I may be reached at Have a wonderful day. 

Dawn Gaylor

3D Proofreading

Comment by Jacqueline L Foster on April 6, 2018 at 12:13

Comment by Ashlie Pechin on April 6, 2018 at 11:49

Proofreader available and looking to add one or two reporters to my schedule. I would love to build long-term working relationships. I proof in PDF and send back only the pages with corrections so it is easy for you to find what I suggest. My job is to help you produce a great transcript and feel confident when it is finished. I follow your preferences as well as Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation, Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters, and The Gregg Reference Manual. 

Please feel free to email me at and I will be happy to send my rate sheet and references.

Thank you!
Ashlie Pechin

Comment by Vicky Hamilton on April 5, 2018 at 9:21

KRISTA RANKIN, chemist, home school teacher, 620-218-5948.  She does excellent work with

fast turnaround.  She has the work ethic and conscientiousness of a reporter, which can be

hard to find.  I'd love to see another reporter benefit from her proofreading help.  Thank you.

Comment by Allison Marullo on April 5, 2018 at 7:22

Hello! My name is Allison and I am a seasoned proofreader looking to forge new business relationships with some busy and hardworking reporters. If you value dedication, excellence, professionalism, and reliability, then I think we’d make a great team! I proof on PDF, and I make it a point to follow your preferences. First-time clients receive a 20% introductory discount (up to 50 pages), and regulars receive a recurring discount as a thank-you for their continued business! You can reach me at or by visiting my website: Thank you, and have a beautiful day!!

Comment by Amy Ramirez on April 3, 2018 at 14:27

I'm a PDF proofreader looking to add to my client base. I love my job and strive for excellence. I have reasonable rates, and I never charge a weekend premium. Join me on Facebook or LinkedIn.

Comment by Karen Thompson on April 3, 2018 at 12:48

Jot & Tittle Proofreading

Karen Thompson

PDF and DigitalCAT Proofing

Regular, Rush, Expedites,

One-offs and Overflow

Comment by Cindy Wolverton on April 3, 2018 at 8:15
Comment by Kathy Majewski on April 2, 2018 at 13:41

The way you spend your time

determines the quality of your life.

Let me give you the gift of time

so you can do what really matters.

I don't know of anyone who works harder than court reporters, and I'm here to help. I'm a retired healthcare provider, so have extensive knowledge of medical terminology, as well as time on my hands. Looking for new clients, even on short notice.  If you'd like to try me out, I'm happy to read up to 20 pages free of charge to prove what I can do for you.  

Contact me at or 608-765-1055. I'm looking forward to working with you!

Comment by Lona Raye Bigelow on April 1, 2018 at 18:35

I am in Sydney, Australia so I am 7-10 hours ahead of you (though you are a day behind).  You can be sure I will have your work done when you need it.  Just like the kangaroos here, I will hop right in to make your life easier by proofing your PDF transcript. Outsource your proofreading so you can take on more pages. More pages equal more money for you! Earn more appearance fees and report more proceedings.  Free yourself to take on last minute work (if you are working for an agency).  I am here to help you polish up your transcript before handing it in. Contact me at:

Comment by Matthew Villegas on March 30, 2018 at 8:26

I am a PDF transcript proofreader who helps underappreciated, overworked, and overwhelmed court reporters that don't have time to proofread transcripts they've been starting at for hours on end. Though I am not a court reporter, I understand a plaintiff or defendant who whispers when they talk, or lawyers who scream "Objection!" over each other makes a court reporter's job much harder than it already is. You don't get a pause or rewind button and there's no closed captioning.

A different letter or punctuation mark can completely change the meaning or flow of a sentence. Imagine the previous sentence without the "A" at the beginning. Replace it with any other letter and it will throw a lawyer off in court, which makes them look bad, and in turn, reflects poorly on you. I've been trained to catch mistakes like this and save all parties involved a lot of grief. I know what to look for in bylines and colloquy, and I'll compare exhibits to the rest of the transcript. I will make sure the transcript itself is neat, organized, and as easy to read as possible.

Don't care for the Oxford comma? I won't mark it. Are you a stickler for proper capitalization of plaintiff and defendant? Consider it done. Do you dread having to comb through the entire transcript looking for annotations? No problem. Once I proofread a transcript, I'll only return the pages that have annotations.

I love learning something new while proofreading--whether it's to help me do my job better or general information, it makes me love my job even more.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at

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