Cheryl O’Shea’s editing services are excellent and timely. Cheryl is an intelligent editor who is capable of much more than basic editing. She makes helpful suggestions about readability, organization and content. I recommend her without reservation.
Pamela Dickey Young, Professor
School of Religion, Queen’s University
Cheryl is an amazing editor! As a result of her careful eye I can be confident that I am submitting clear and clean manuscripts to publishers, and have even received comments back in that regard. She is also fantastic at indexing – so careful and thorough. I heartily recommend Cheryl if you need any editing work done!
Richard Ascough, Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) and Professor
Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen’s University
Cheryl O’Shea’s professionalism and expertise saved me days of formatting work, and allowed me to send a very clean manuscript to my publisher. I highly recommend her services to fellow academics.
Rachel Haliburton, Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy, University of Sudbury
I was struggling with an article. I knew that something was missing but I could not see the forest for the trees. Cheryl reviewed my draft and asked me some pointed questions that helped me to clarify my objectives. The incisive comments and organizational suggestions in her manuscript evaluatiuon were what I needed to effectively communicate my thoughts and complete my article, which was then accepted for publication.
Tracy Trothen, Professor
School of Religion/School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen’s University
I have become much more prolific since Cheryl started editing my work. In fact, two pieces she recently edited for me got plenty of acclamation. What I find most helpful are her suggestions on restructuring sentences that always make the flow of the piece more fluid. I write regularly for two very well-known Indian newspapers. The subjects I write about are niche, and her fresh perspective has helped greatly to make them more comprehensive. Previously, my work lacked clarity. Cheryl truly helped fix that and this, in turn, has made me much more productive.
Aditi Sen, Adjunct Professor of South Asian Studies
Department of History/School of Religion, Queen’s University