My specialty is editing and consulting on board game rulebooks and components, role-playing game materials, and publicity pieces related to both. By hiring someone to look through your game with completely fresh eyes, you can simulate a new player cracking open your game for the first time. Does that rule make sense? Does this one really just need a picture to convey the meaning as clearly as possible, or can that picture be removed to allow for more space on the page? What about those obnoxious English grammar rules? I'll bring my decades of experience playing games plus my multiple years of experience reading rulebooks with a critical eye to make your rulebook the best it can be.
I do my best to ensure a quick turnaround rate. I don't guarantee that (unless we discuss it ahead of time!), but I strive to return projects as quickly as possible.
Send me your manuscript and I'll send an edited copy back. I'll check for standard editing issues such as grammar, punctuation, capitalization etc.
My base rate is for books that need just that one more pass before being ready for publication. They've already been playtested and gone through at minimum a word processor editing pass! If your document is in a rougher state than that, we can discuss pricing for multiple editing passes or what steps you could take to reduce the costs for proofreading.