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Celicia Coleman
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    Joe M.
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    Ms. Coleman has done professional letters, legal documentation,resumes, journals and various other forms of writing and correspondences for me. She is very proficient in English Grammar and also tutors my children in Introductory Spanish. She is very dedicated to tailoring her work to suit the client's demands. As a result, her work always meets or supersedes my expectations.

    Just Write
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      Regina H.
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      ChristyJ always does a wonderful job for me. She has actually written several articles, edited some of my own writing and created flyers for my business. Even on very short notice.


      I virtually edit, proofread, write reviews, write short blogs, and do few other things. Just email me for further details.


      I provide writing services to include resumes, business proposal responses, grant responses, training materials, procedures, planning documents, etc.


      I have a passion for writing and a lot of life experience to incorporate into it. I also have written a wide array of various articles, reviews, books, stories, web content, and much more. I am a dabbler in so many different things, it makes me a very proficient writer.


      I am a writer and can help edit, proofread, and actually write for those who need it. I've been doing this for over 10 years.


      I have 25 years of professional writing experience, and knowledge of what journalists look for in press releases. I have experience writing/editing newsletters and content for social media pages. I am a published author


      I have an immense love for language and find joy in editing and writing. This love has carried me through the last 4 years as a published author and freelancer editor. Along with writing, I've been designing websites and more since high school. I thoroughly enjoy helping people and businesses create wonderful impressions.

      • 4 years in business

      As one who is fascinated with the English language, both spoken and written word, I offer tips for creative writing and editing services.


      Writing and editing services. Media relations, press release service, hazard communications, freelance or contract.


      I'm a wonderful writer. It's my passion. Mainly poems but great at short stories also. I create music with piano also.

      • 3 years in business

      Professional copywriting, publishing, and video marketing services for your business. Get sales copy that sizzles. Get the ultimate business card, a paperback book. Leverage videos for business brand, growth and increased sales.


      Contract or contract-to-hire technical writing or editing within 100 + mile radius. Please see resume. References available.

      • 12 years in business

      I tend to think and write in a out-of-the-box style. I write from a different view point on familiar topics. Example: I was asked to write an article for High Noon Stress Busters on camaraderie. In my research I discovered "cama" is Spanish for bed. So I began with how our bedrooms are a place of intimacy, fun, rest, where we tend to reveal our most vulnerable self, and a safe place to fall. I followed that opening with how camaraderie is similar.


      I don't have a formal business but I am great at making a professional resume and helping filter the content. I can make you sound as formal or informal as you like.


      I am extremely good with words, am great with spelling, punctuation, and grammar. I can take any words and put a spin on them and make your paper look like a million dollars!

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