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Paul D. Nixon
5.0
from 10 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
William S.
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I sent Paul at Virtual VP my research paper. He did it in a few hours and I got an A! I'm not a great writer and I was not confident about my paper, but my professor said it was very well.

Hyper Writer
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 3 years in business
Matthew C.
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Stephanie produced multiple documents for our company's we-based software, most notably our user manual, system manual, training documents, and system requirements specifications. She is the consummate professional and her work is of the highest quality. She was fantastic for us and she has our highest recommendation.

Treanor B.
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Marilyn is one of the best editors and writers I've ever worked with. She has edited my work and co-edited books with me for 4 years. I highly recommend her! You will be very happy with her expertise, abilities, and kindness!

Rita A.
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Dianne is an outstanding professional. She is responsive and very customer-focused. I would strongly recommend her services.

  • 9 years in business
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Undergraduate to graduate academic writing for college students. I will also do your online college courses. I have brought many students to graduation. References can be furnished. I am a master writer and very proud of the excellent work that I do.

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I am a graphic designer and technical writer. I have experience with multiple graphic and photo editing software as well as animation.

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I'm a writer looking for work. I have a bachelors degree and 10 years experience in writing/editing.

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Dedicated, dependable, detail-oriented writer, editor, proofreader and marketing pro with 12 years freelance experience in many capacities. I walk the talk for my clients, always up for the challenge of immersing myself in new topics to write and edit a variety of documents, copy and content including print (magazines and books) and online (website, social media, blog posts, content) for businesses, nonprofits and individuals. I hold a BA in Journalism and MFA in Creative Nonfiction: in other words, I love what i do! From proofreading to complete project management, I'm a highly enthusiastic, fast and accurate writer and editor. I care about your project, your specific needs and your deadlines. Definitely not a "flaky artist" type, I do the job how and when you need it. I do what I love and love what I do and hope I can help you, too!

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Writing is my livelihood so I understand the importance of communication and deadlines. I can help you with all of your editorial needs. My experience includes creative writing as well as writing and editing articles for newsletters, magazines and newspapers. I can also help you with content for a blog, website, eBook or any other writing project. I assure you that your project is in capable hands with me.

  • 8 years in business
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I am an independent spoken word artist, writer, actress, screenwriter, and speaker. I travel, with a deposit and traveling expenses provided, etc.

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If you need help with personal correspondence getting a point or feeling across, an invitation, need some attention from a business or service that has not lived up to your expectations, or need a holiday recap letter, I can put the words on paper or in ether for you.

  • 4 years in business
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Targeting expertise encourages in-depth thinking about your project, and style formatting will get your documents through any content validation program.

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I am a retired educator hoping to earn supplemental income as a freelance writer. My interests are more toward academic, fiction and feature writing rather than technical. Toward that end, I would like to ghostwrite for perspective fiction authors, write features for magazines and do research as a writer (or coach) of academic/term papers. I have a masters in English, and although I have not yet established myself as a professional writer, I will guarantee satisfaction for my work.

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