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Editing & Proofing
I will edit your document for clarity, grammar and spelling, punctuation, and word choice. I am also available to proof a finished document, giving it that final polish before publication.
I will review your article or document for proper organization and make suggestions for best expression and communication. I also can perform complete rewrites.
Provide me with the information and I’ll create a document for you, anything from a short blog post or news release to a full-length nonfiction book.
Style Guide Creation
I will interview you and your team, review past documents and any current style sheets, and update or create a new style sheet for your staff to follow.
Web Site Proofing
Let me cast a critical eye over your website’s pages so that I can spot obvious problems, such as grammar or spelling, or suggest better wording or presentation.
About Mike Miller
Mike Miller has written for his entire adult life and edited for nearly as long. He started working at the Journal Star daily newspaper in Peoria, Illinois, in 1978, covering local governments and writing feature stories. After an eight-year stint on the copy desk, where he edited stories and designed news and feature pages, Mike took over production of the paper’s TV book but, more importantly, pioneered the paper’s religion beat. That section expanded over the years, with Mike adding a weekly column and contributing to the paper’s content in other ways. In 2006, he won first place in the Illinois Press Association Feature Writing competition for a package of stories on a homesteading family in central Illinois. continue reading
Journalism / Media
My Writing Blog
Don’t forget to put the reader first if you're a writer. Yes, I know, your prose is delicate and was formed On High, but if the reader doesn’t get what you’re saying or, worse, realizes that you’re trying to draw more attention to your style than to the information...
Gotta be upfront: I stick with clients that have traditional values or, at least, aren’t espousing nontraditional values. That cuts down on business a bit, but I need to be open about it to avoid confusion after a job is started. No, I’m not going to query your voting...
Let's face it: Cereal companies conditioned Boomers to read while we indulged in a bowl of whatever (Quisp, anyone?). As an adult, what's your favorite reading material while having your bran? Mine used to be the physical newspaper, but now I tend toward blogs and,...