Is it best to stay with one proofreader?


Is it common to change (people) proofreaders for 2nd/3rd edit in order to get a fresh set of eyes, or is it best to stay with one proofreader? The first prooferader was OK.

edited May 09 '12 at 19:19 jerry gomez New member

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If you are comfortable with the results of the first proofreader, you can keep them.  However, I would recommend two, but it is mainly a matter of personal preference, and budget (if you are writing a book and hiring professionals to help you).

link comment answered May 09 '12 at 21:16 Courtney Contributor

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