A truly logical approach to editing goes beyond applying the rules of grammar—even breaking with tradition in the interest of honoring the author's voice and intention.
By understanding why each grammar guideline was created and upheld—as well as how language works on a psychosociological level—my style of supporting writers and readers seeks out the best possible words to represent the author, ideas, and context in the world.
My process includes considering why each word is where it is, reorganizing ideas so they unfold in an organic way, and looking for opportunities to include more readers.
There's no such thing as perfect writing. Logical editing ensures your ideas are accessible—and fun to read—for as many people as possible.