I have an excessive attention to detail. If grammar is wrong or words are missing, i know immediately. I've got a strong capability towards both rewriting and pointing out conceptual flaws, such as plot holes or a bad decision here and there. I consider it my job to tell you what's going wrong, so be prepared to take criticism. I'm quite attentive towards sentence structures, I prefer things that are easy to read.
I'm generally good about adapting to the tone of a story, if you'd like it to have a dark post-modern atmosphere, far be it from me to change that. One of the things I always strive for is to help you present a story that's not cheesy. I consider one my best strengths to be the intelligence of ideas. I seek to insure my clients that they release quality material that doesn't play to the lowest common denominator.
Dialogue. I love dialogue and formatting. I can make things flow like a river, or so i'm told. I've developed an approach to make it easier to read paragraphs and space out manuscripts pretty well, the thing won't look like a dumpster fire. I guarantee you a smart and balanced approach.
Action: I apparently do this really well, better than any other thing that I've tried my hand at. You want stylized action sequences in your writing but don't know how to write a fight scene, call me. You want hardcore violence and gore, I'm the guy. You want that intense edge to your work, that atmospheric quality, I do that better than most. I am your action-scene Priest.
Spelling. If anything, i can help you spell things properly. That being said, USE SPELLCHECK. That way i won't have to focus on it. But I can easily spot typos and incorrectly-used homophones anyway. For rewrites, I need to spend less time adding in what you forgot and more time reshaping what you already have, capiche?
Keeping character. I love consistency, and so I make a point of helping people reign in the characters they're writing for. Even if I am unfamiliar with the source material, I will research it to insure I am never changing anything too severely.
Plot. I can easily see flaws in the plot of a work, it enables me to strengthen the logic of a work, which is crucially important, even in the work of surrealism and other genres in which the point of the story is that logic does not apply. This is incorrect thinking. Logic is used to dictate how and why the logic itself is broken, in order to understand, you need someone who's capable of imbuing your plot and details with certain quality of credibility.
Procedure. I'll do what I can to mimic your style when doing edits and rewrites, but do be sure to understand the intention of changes I make. A single chapter must go through multiple runs of revision before being published to ensure maximum quality. This means one thing: Have some god damn patience. I know you want to post the chapter as soon as possible, but I don't care about that, my job isn't to help you complete a deadline, I'm here to help your quality, and quality takes time. Do not add a scene in after I have already edited the chapter without running it by me and letting me have a look to see it. This may seem controlling, but it is for the greater good of your story's quality, please be willing to listen about my procedure, or we're going to have conflict.