Wood Editing Services

Who are we?

If you’re looking for experienced editors to help put the finishing touches on your work, we’re here for you. We specialize in editing and formatting doctoral dissertations.

By using our services, you can be sure that your work will be ready for submission to your university and that your dissertation process will be expedited. We know that you have put years of hard work into this document, so let us handle the rest. With more than 25 years of experience, we can help you tailor your work to your university’s expectations.

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Our Mission

To help you along the path to success...


Our Services

What can we do for you?

Our services include, but are not limited to, formatting dissertations in a particular style (usually APA or Turabian) to comply with a university's requirements, with special attention given to consistency and editing in areas of proper word usage, subject/verb agreement, and sentence structure.  We also give attention to specific structural editing needs or suggestions communicated in advance by the researcher. 

Other services we offer include: having copies made and bound, delivery, and mailing; editing and preparing manuscripts for publication and articles for journal submission. 

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Success Stories

De-mystify the dissertation process.  Work with Wendy Wood to more easily complete the final steps in the degree you have worked so hard for. Being able to have Wendy Wood prepare my dissertation was the best gift I could have given myself!  She brought a fine-tuned eye to the content I had researched, allowing me to rest assured that my dissertation would be the best it could be.  She was focused on the detail that had eluded me, asking me to clarifying meaning in some cases so what I had to say was clearer. In knowing so well the process, she delivered the copies to the right people in a timely fashion—again allowing me to celebrate rather than fret.

Further, I have served on committees for three other ULV candidates and have experienced how she contributes her skills and gifts, really, to the success of others.

Anita F. Thompson
Associate Professor of Education
Chapman University

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