“Gráinne’s proofreading skills greatly enhanced the presentation of my book, Catholic Primary Education in a Pluralist Environment. I would recommend her very highly as she is meticulous in her attention to detail and exceptionally easy to work with.” Anne Hession, author of Catholic Primary Education in a Pluralist Environment (Dublin: Veritas, 2015) and Lecturer in Religious Education at St Patrick’s College, DCU. See www.veritasbooksonline.com/authors/h/a/anne-hession/catholic-primary-religious-education-in-a-pluralist-environment.html#
“Dr Gráinne Treanor is simply outstanding at proofreading and editing. I do not believe that anyone could do this work better and I recommend her wholeheartedly and without reservation to students and scholars.” Dr Kevin Williams, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Evaluation, Quality and Inspection, Dublin City University.
“There are excellent proofreaders and editors and then there are outstanding proofreaders and editors. Having employed the services of Dr Gráinne Treanor in the recent past, I have no reservation in stating that the work of Dr Treanor can clearly be categorized as the latter. I offer as an example my latest book, Openness with Roots: Education in Religion in Irish Primary Schools (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014).
“This hardback academic work required not only proofreading and editing but also great skill in terms of format and structure. Dr Treanor’s attention to detail, her care of my work, her ability, her patience and her very significant skill at every level were remarkable. At times, I relied on her to communicate with Cambridge Scholars Publishing on my behalf, where it was evident to me and to the publishing company that they were dealing with an exceptional professional.
“Dr Treanor also made a number of suggestions to me as to how I might improve the quality of my style of writing. She took the trouble to check my research, where relevant, and she offered advice beyond the remit of what I would have expected. I should also add that this particular book was launched by the then Minister for Education and Skills in Ireland, Mr Ruairi Quinn. At the launch, Mr Quinn not only launched the book with the usual critique expected, but also remarked very positively on its layout and structure, including the fact that he could not find even one typographical error.
“I have strongly recommended Dr Treanor to a number of my academic colleagues and indeed to non-academic writers as well. I take great satisfaction in knowing that, should I publish again, I need never search for another proofreader/copy-editor. If Dr Treanor is busy, any future publications I may have will be suspended until she is available.” Dr Caroline Renehan, recently retired Head of Religious Education, St Patrick’s College, DCU and author of Openness with Roots: Education in Religion in Irish Primary Schools (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014). See www.cambridgescholars.com/download/sample/59866
“As any doctoral student will tell you, time is a valuable commodity, even more so when working and studying simultaneously. Towards to the end of the journey, when a student’s enthusiasm is waning and attention to detail may be questionable, this is when you need to consider using Gráinne’s services. The professional and personable service Gráinne afforded me relieved much of my last minute angst prior to submission. Her systematic and thorough approach to all aspects of my thesis resulted in a more coherent and well-presented final piece of work. I would have no hesitation in recommending Gráinne and would go as far as saying contact me too if you wish to discuss further.” Dr Finbarr Murphy (EdD, University of Sheffield), Director of Education & Professional Development with the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland.
“Gráinne was recommended to me by a friend who said that ‘getting Gráinne to proofread your thesis will be the best money you spend on your doctorate’. My friend was right!!! Getting Gráinne to proofread my work was a godsend. After the long slog of writing up a 60,000 word thesis, it was such a relief at the very end to hand it over to fresh eyes for proofreading. It gave me some free time to clear my head and I felt more confident submitting my thesis knowing that it had been professionally proofread by Gráinne. The whole process was very easy and Gráinne was lovely to deal with. She is friendly, professional and efficient and I would highly recommend her services.” Maria Mc Mahon, EdD student, University of Lincoln.