Give your clients the best from you … with me.
(because even the best writers and editors need editors)
You know that sinking feeling …
when you’ve just hit send or publish on that email, blog post or client project and the weight of a deadline is finally off your shoulders. You sit back and wait for glowing feedback and fire emojis … only to receive that well-meaning email, text or direct message from a friend, or worse, a client:
“I thought you’d want to know … there’s <insert totally preventable mistake here> in the third paragraph.”
The good news is these embarrassing, imposter syndrome–inducing moments are totally preventable.
All you need is a fresh set of eyes with 20 years of experience saving ambitious writers like you from grammatical goofs, choppy sentences and repetitive language.
How It Works
You write. I edit.
You focus on persuasion. I’ll focus on punctuation.
You do the part you love and leave the nitty gritty is-this-comma-in-the-right-place part to me.
As a copywriter and former magazine editor, I consider myself to be a pretty good editor, but it NEVER fails: Lisa always finds something that I’ve inevitably glazed over from reading something one too many times. I shudder to think of all the typos and misused phrases I would put out into the world if it weren’t for Lisa. Beyond catching grammatical mistakes, Lisa takes a look at the big picture to make sure that everything makes sense from the reader’s perspective. When I know that Lisa’s eagle eyes are on my personal work and the work I create for my clients, I can send it out with complete confidence.
Helen Anne Travis
Hiring Lisa has been one of the best decisions I’ve made for my business. Working with her saves me time — no more poring over every single word to look for typos and misspellings — and increases my bottom line. Because I spend less time obsessing over edits and more time actually working, I’m able to take on more clients and get more done during the day. I highly recommend making Lisa your go-to editor!
Rates start at $50/hour and I’m fast.