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Proofreading Services

My name is Rahul Miglani. I am an English proofreader and copy-editor and have been working as a professional freelancer for over ten years, having trained and qualified at the Publishing Training Centre.
I hold a MBA degree in Operations and A bachelors Degree in Engineering, I am also a tech content writer on various websites for Unix and Linux operating systems.

I offer a genuine, fast and reliable service, which is why my clients continue to use my services. Clients include publishers, private book authors, businesses, government advisory bodies, charities, academic authors (professors, lecturers, post-doctoral researchers) as well as research students, including international students.

However, most of my clients are book authors. Did you know that many publishers and literary agents will not even consider looking at a manuscript unless it has been professionally proofread? Whether your manuscript is fiction/non-fiction/academic, my aim is to bring your work to the highest standard possible required for publication. Attention to detail is imperative, and all work is guaranteed confidential.
I also work on business literature, website content, student dissertations, in fact anything that goes into print. Whether you are in Oxford, Birmingham, Hong Kong, China, India, France, Spain or Dubai, you can submit your manuscript to me in Word format by email.

•              proofreading & copy-editing
•              manuscript editing
•              writing (websites, business copy, ghostwriting etc)
•              proofreading for students (research papers, dissertations, Phd theses etc)
•              business communications, brochures, publications etc
•              website editing

I am happy to provide a free sample edit of my work. Just email your document (or just a few pages) together with the approximate word count to and I will return it to you with my corrections and quote.


  1. Well you really are master of all trades it seems.There is such a lot on your hands!

  2. I also like to tell one thing ... set your text aside for a while (15 minutes, a day, a week) between writing and proofing. Some distance from the text will help you see mistakes more easily....!!

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