Carole Cudnik brings years of government communications experience and much more to her proofing, editing, and research services. On her website, www.carolecudnik.com , she writes: "I specialize in working with self-published authors, authors seeking traditional publishing, and freelance writers. When I work with you, you’re not just another customer in my queue. I don’t use a cookie-cutter approach when editing. I respect that your project, needs and budget are unique."
Christina O'Shaughnessy, who operates out of France, is an experienced, highly skilled, and convenient choice for Europeans needing an assist. An Irish native with 23 years experience as a United Nations editor, she now offers full time editing /proofreading in English (technical and general texts) and workshops in editing/writing for international organizations. Also translates German and Spanish. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. While she revises her web site, she uses the facebook page email@example.com
Eva von Emden, editing out of Vancouver, has a science background and can work/translate in English and Dutch. Her special interests are editing academic and popular science writing and editing fiction, particularly science fiction, with an eye for detail and excellent language skills as well as wide general knowledge and a good sense of logic and common sense. Check out her site at http://vancouvereditor.com/about.html
or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daphne Gray-Grant also operates, wisely, out of beautiful Vancouver, handling work from all parts. She's an established writing/communications coach and consultant, with a compelling list of services that you can check out at http://www.publicationcoach.com/