When you read over your own work, you perceive what you meant to write, while we will perceive what you actually wrote. 

Why choose Lynchpin Proofreading?

You're not just another number. Your success is our success. 

Our aim is for you to accomplish what you set out to do. Whether that is publishing your novel, blog, or to get better grades, we want you to succeed.

Lynchpin Proofreading:

  • passionate about proofreading
  • avid readers
  • passed proofreading tests 
  • have an excellent attention to detail
  • native English speakers
  • great communicators
  • real (not computers)
  • use Track Changes, giving you the option to individually accept or delete any changes
  • we adhere to the Australian standards for Authors, Editors and Printers

There is no art

without craft,

no craft without rules.

– Paul Rand

Free Sample

We will happily proofread a small portion of your document, free of charge, so you can see the quality of our work.

Proofreader's comments

Please address all corrections, suggestions and comments made by the proofreader.

Contact us if you need clarification or have any questions about the changes. We will work with you until you are completely satisfied. 

 Authors' decisions are final.

Core values

Lynchpin Proofreading is governed by its core values. 

We are passionate about words and dedicated to satisfying customer needs and honouring commitments. 

Communication is open, honest and with integrity and respect at all times. 


Submission Guidelines

All manuscripts should be:

  • double line-spacing
  • 12 point font size
  • Courier, Arial, or Times New Roman font
  • default margins setting
  • submitted as a single document 

You will receive:

  • a confirmation email
  • a quote that is valid for 3 months
  • an invoice
  • proofread document or manuscript

Never receive:

  • spam
  • auto-subscription to any mailing list
  • other unsolicited marketing material

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