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Who She Reads

Who She Reads

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Introduction: I am just starting out and have a passion for doing the job right. Although I am not a professional proofreader and editor, because of my varied interests, I fall into quite a few demographic audiences. I enjoy reading and understand deadlines and will do my best on every assignment. The ability to do something I find enjoyable. I love reading. I enjoy a great written piece of material. I don't like seeing spelling errors, duplicated words and sentences that have to be read multiple times to get the idea the author is trying to convey. I would like to help with something that affects me personally.

Hired 3 times

1 employee

7 years in business

Very good 4.5

6 reviews


John W.

My experience with Sheri Thomson went far beyond my expectations. Her service was not only prompt and efficient, but extremely helpful. I will no doubt be utilizing her services again in the near future.
Sep 26, 2014
Ashlee W.

Sheri kindly agreed to read and review my newly published book. She did this very quickly, which I appreciated. More importantly, she did it very thoroughly. I'd be honored to work with her again in future!
Sep 29, 2014
Ben B.

Sheri Thomson was very professional and respectful. She didn't belittle my work, and took the time to actually study my writing so that she could write an honest and extensive review. I respect her professionalizm and I highly recommend her.
Jul 8, 2015
Nejha H.


Sheri is a very efficient and honest editor. I will always use her services. My book is now on Amazon and doing well.
Sep 26, 2014
Sri B.


She Reads has been communicative. She is working on the project so I don't yet have final comments based on results.
Oct 30, 2014


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    Review pricing ranges from $30-$80. New, unpublished and emerging authors are usually quoted between $30-$50 for their first request. Proofreading starts at $175 for the first 10,000 words and goes up. New and unpublished authors can negotiate a per project price that may be more affordable for them. Editing starts at $250 for the first 5000 words and goes up.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I am preparing to take a professional course in proofreading

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    I have always loved reading. I was reading on a college level in elementary school. I applied in my late teens to work at a publishing house but was turned away because they said I was too young and get bored.My love of reading has never wavered. but the way books are put into the market place has definitely changed. I came across an author who was looking for people to read her book and write reviews quite by accident. I reached out to her and she accepted my offer. I love it. I recently had to stop working traditionally in an office due to some health issues. Freelancing allows me to work on my own time and schedule. I have always secretly pined to be able to read books and get paid for it. There are many books, blogs and e-content that get published with mistakes. I always pick up on them quickly. With so many unconventional writers and freelancer writers out there, the amount of errors I see in published works, blogs and websites have increased exponentially. If I can help a few writers have a flawless work, then thousands are happy. One of the top complaints in comments online is misspelled words. The second biggest complaint is the story taking too long to be told.

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