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For The Love Of Words, LLC, is available and ready to work with you in 2019! If you are in need of that second set of eyes for one last look before submitting your transcript, you can contact me at email@example.com. My website is www.fortheloveofwordsllc.com.
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I'd love to help you clean up those transcripts so you can meet your deadlines and turn in excellent work! First 15 pages free for new clients and no upcharge for weekend work. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for rates or check out my website.
The winter lull will come to an end soon. Do you have an experienced proofreader lined up to assist you with your workload? Let me help free up your schedule so that you can be out taking more jobs while I'm taking care of your proofing. Contact me today so we can be ready to work as a team when your schedule picks up. Kathryn@proofingbykathryn.com
I am an enthusiastic, quality proofreader looking to connect with a few new clients. Quick turnaround times and exemplary work are my highest priorities. To connect with me, email me directly at email@example.com or visit my website:
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I am currently available for proofreading in PDF.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for rates and more information.
I look forward to working with you.
Hi! I am a prompt and detail-oriented PDF proofreader with availability throughout this holiday weekend and beyond. You can contact me at email@example.com. Additional information, including rates, can be found on my website: https://norasuttner.com. ;
Do you edit your transcripts looking over your shoulder for the grammar police? Put your mind at ease by allowing me to proofread your transcripts.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at my website.
Maria Rasmussen Proofreading
Corrections delivered in PDF format via email
Rates posted at mariarasmussen.com
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I decided to try and go analog yesterday...went down to (one of four) the Los Angeles County courthouse to put up flyers for proofreading services, only to be shunted from the 1st floor to the 4th floor, BACK to the 1st floor, waited in line for 30 minutes, to be told about an hour after I arrived that there are no bulletin boards to do that! Ha!So, in case you are in the Los Angeles area, and looking for a proofreader, I can help. :Dhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/goodcatch/https://www.facebook.com/goodcatchwritingservices/
I am a professional proofreader specializing in proofing transcripts for court reporters throughout the United States. I am dedicated to helping my clients turn in transcripts that are as clean and error-free as possible.
Not only do I proofread for grammar, spelling, and punctuation, but I also look for the following types of errors:
I am proficient at looking up any terminology that is unfamiliar to be sure that the spelling and context are correct. When it comes to medical or legal terminology, this is an absolute must.
My experience includes, but is not limited to, proofreading depositions, hearings, examination under oaths (EUOs), and workers’ compensation claims. All of the transcripts that I proofread are done in PDF using Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, The Gregg Reference Manual, Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation by Margie Wakeman Wells, and NCRA guidelines. I also tailor my services to each individual court reporter’s style preference.
If you are a court reporter interested in working with a proofreader specializing in transcripts, please do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy a cup of hot cocoa!
I can handle your proofreading needs while you take a much-earned break from your non-stop job of court reporting.
With an eye for detail and skill in research, I read your document word for word paying attention to spelling, punctuation, and the context of the transcript.
Let’s get to know each other,
This article on the top lookups on Merriam-Webster in 2018 caught my attention when I made one of my many visits to that website today. As a proofreader working with court reporters, my business Themis Proofreading (themisproofreading.com) was inspired by Themis, the Titan Goddess of Divine Law and Order and of prophecy and oaths (and advisor to Zeus). In earlier depictions of Themis, she does not have a blindfold because as an oracle and able to foretell the future, wearing a blindfold would be pointless. She also didn't have a sword because she represented common consent, not coercion. The Roman Goddess of Justice, Justitia, was portrayed with scales, a sword, and a blindfold symbolizing impartiality before the law. Justice was Merriam-Webster's 2018 Word of the Year.
I currently have an opening for an additional court reporter. I can be contacted at email@example.com.
PDF proofreader available to work for you. Connect with me by visiting my website at www.fortheloveofwordsllc.com.
Hello everyone, and Happy Monday! I have some availability starting today for pdf proofreading. I have references that you can contact. Check out my LinkedIn page for details and pricing, https://www.linkedin.com/in/goodcatch/
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