They say the pen is mightier than the sword. Let’s show how mighty yours can be.

Are you writing something so important that it could change your life after submission?

When you’re writing a résumé, a journal article, or a manuscript, it’s common to feel frustrated, confused, nervous, or lost.

Writing can be hard and finding the right words to capture your great ideas can be even harder. What if there was a way to improve your writing and make your ideas shine?

Here’s your chance to turn your writing into something incredible and submit to anyone with confidence.

You’ve spent hours on your writing and you might be thinking, “Why do I need you to edit my work?”

Before I answer that, let me ask you some questions:

  • You have great ideas, but do your words capture them perfectly?

  • Did you write your document in a way that will be interesting to the person reading it?

  • Do you have enough time to edit your writing before you hit “submit”?

  • Are you 100% sure there are no mistakes?

Get a document that represents exactly what you want—and need—to say. 

“I highly recommend using the editing services of Diana Morris. It was refreshing to work with a skilled ‘wordsmith’ to help me turn my rough drafts into publishable articles. The added benefit of Ms. Morris’ knowledge of academic styles and nuanced details required to get a reference list in shape saved me hours of work. I appreciated her gentle suggestions for editorial changes in sentence structure, word usage and recognition and respect for my style of writing. In one project she edited a paper that had three authors with very distinct styles. She was able to meld together our writing into a coherent piece. Her efficient turnaround time for projects and attention to detail were much appreciated.”

- Marva L. Lewis, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Founder and Director of The Center for Natural Connections

When you send your writing to me, I provide you with exactly what you need:

  • 2 to 4 week delivery time (based on length and nature of your document)

  • A comprehensive review that includes developmental editing and light proofreading (i.e., another set of eyes to catch and correct surface-level spelling and grammatical errors)

  • Individualized questions and prompts to draw out information that might be missing

  • Help identifying and writing directly to your intended audience 

  • Suggestions to strengthen the tone and impact of your writing

Start my editing services now and get a free sample edit!

COMPLETE THE INTAKE FORM BELOW FOR A PROPOSAL AND SAMPLE EDITS*.

* Please note, given the nature of these documents, sample edits are not available for cover letters and résumés. 

If you’re not sure whether or not you need my editing services, let me tell you the biggest mistakes I see in many people’s writing:

  1. Forgetting to re-read what is written and missing small—but critical—spelling and grammatical errors.

  2. Having a great idea, but executing it with a weak flow and structure.

  3. Not writing for the audience who will read it.

  4. Rushing to meet a deadline and failing to articulate important details.

  5. Submitting their writing without feeling 100% confident in what they’ve produced.

Get a document that represents exactly what you want—and need—to say.

“I was very fortunate to get Diana’s help with my first novel, The Flood. She was able to help me in so many areas: characterization, themes, plot and pacing, as well as the smaller details in the writing and wordsmithing itself. She helped me to finish a book that was still rough around the edges in many ways; she saw where I wanted to go and helped me get there. The book received overwhelmingly positive reviews on Amazon, and I have immense gratitude to Diana for the final product. When I needed help for my second novel, I was thrilled that Diana was able to help again.”

– David Sachs, Author of The Flood and Safari: A Thriller