Chromoschema walks the thin line between professional and personal, giving you the highest standards in writing and editing while maintaining an individual approach to your project. We’re always available to talk things over to ensure that our results are exactly what you’ve envisioned.
Whether you’re preparing your first novel for publication, submitting yet another university essay, or representing your company online with web copy, a single mistake can be both costly and embarrassing. That’s why we strive to keep our prices reasonable: to allow anyone who wants to publish his or her writing to have access to professional, reliable, and timely editing.
Our writing services cover everything from web copy to cover letters. We’ll research your brand to ensure the tone and style fit your voice and, if applicable, include search keywords for Search Engine Optimization.
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Sarah Stewart is a freelance book editor, social worker, and writer in Toronto, Ontario. She has developed curricula, didactic aids, funding proposals, press releases, and promotional materials for diverse audiences, mainly in the non-profit sector. She holds two honours Bachelor’s degrees, one in general Arts and one in Social Work. She specializes in editing contemporary fiction, creative nonfiction, progressive social theory, and proposals.
Eric Anderson is a full-time editor, writer, and photographer in Toronto, Ontario. He has worked at a book publishing company, where he prepared manuscripts for publication, maintained an internal procedure database, and developed training programs for new employees. He has taught English to ESL students in South Korea, worked as a textbook writer, and assisted university students with writing and studying as a peer tutor. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from NSCAD University in Halifax, a Master’s degree in Art History from the University of Victoria, and a post-graduate certificate in International Project Management from the Humber Business School in Toronto. He focuses on popular science writing, science fiction, biographies, and history.