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Are you getting ready to defend your dissertation or preparing it for publication? Could you use another set of experienced eyes to make sure you're presenting your best work to the world? 

I can help.

I've been writing and reviewing technical reports, research studies, websites, and non-fiction books for more than 20 years. For the past 10 or so, I've also been reviewing doctoral dissertations, primarily from Wilmington University, where I'm included on the university's Preferred Vendor List. 
The review process I've developed is very straight-forward and it's all done virtually. My reviews focus on the following areas:
  • grammar,
  • punctuation,
  • typographical errors,
  • incorrect word use or tense,
  • duplicate or redundant text,
  • clarity,
  • flow, 
  • internal consistency, and
  • APA-style formatting.
While some reviewers will edit (a.k.a. re-write) your dissertation based on the issues they identified, I am not one of them. I will make minor corrections, such as adding or deleting commas, periods and semi-colons, and correcting typos. I use the Track Changes feature in MS Word to indicate any questions, suggestions, inconsistencies, or errors that I find. You can then accept or reject each comment individually.
Use the links below for more information:
Review Process
Pricing & Terms