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  • 3 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Lisa W.
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I had a fantastic experience with Regency Career and Writing Services. Marion thoroughly reviewed and edited my dissertation, pointing out typos, inconsistencies in data analysis, and making overall improvements to writing style and content. Comments were received in a timely fashion and were explained to me in great detail. I am forever grateful for the assistance I received on my document. I highly recommend Regency Career and Writing Services.

  • 27 years in business
Sy V.
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-5 stars- The work product was exactly what I was looking for; he was able to meet my unrealistic time frames, available at all hours of the night and was very easy to work with. His help and previous knowledge of the application process allowed me to secure the SBA loan. Thanks Greg!!

CC Web Design
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    Linda R.
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    Our website needed a complete reworking after 7 years online and Chris tackled it in the spring of 2012. CC-Web-Design built a new website using the material from the old one, but with W3C compliant coding. Chris spent time making it fast, efficient, and as we requested. Chris is an excellent writer, speller, grammarian and coder, but most of all, he cares and wants it to be correct. CC-Web-Design is now our webmaster, and we appreciate the quality of Chris' work.

    About

    My clients have one thing in common: They have created a 'story' with elements of greatness, which they wish to be outstanding through and through. This is how literature finds its way to publishers, audiences, and royalty checks. Whether your project is small or epic, fiction or non-fiction, my business is making it memorable and accurate, riveting, while keeping true to your voice. I make every editing project my own, learning everything about the subject and internalizing the writer's nuance and intention. I am a master of rhythm, momentum. I have recently completed developmental editing of two memoirs, a Hollywood feature screenplay, and numerous PhD dissertations for ESL writers. I am passionate about direct response, persuading people to buy without having felt 'sold.' My reasonable fees are based on simple variables easily negotiated. I look forward to hearing from you! Cynthia

    About

    I have my bachelor's degree in Journalism and extensive writing experience. I have written promotional, educational, and related materials for diverse groups including non-profits, governmental groups, schools, newspapers, and service groups. I have also taught writing skills to all ages. I truly love what I do and would love to help you with any writing needs.

    About

    Writing -- it's what we do. Why not come to the best in town? Have you ever read something and said to yourself what are they talking about or why are they being so vague? Your business absolutely needs the most clear, updated, condensed content available. If you want your business to thrive, call us, and we will make it happen.

    About

    I enjoy reading and writing both fiction and non-fiction as well as proofreading or editing already written works. I have a Masters Degree in Sociology with an emphasis on English writing, Children's Education, and Gender Studies.

    About

    30 years experience selling retail. I have written catalog copy selling anything, new releases, position pieces, speeches, feature articles for magazines and newspapers on any subject if I have time for some research. I produced my own printed and online catalog selling toiletries, body care products and bath products for pain and stress relief. I'm a professional perfumer and aromatherapist. I've handled advertising and promotion for community events like a blues festival and a Christmas festival. I'm familiar with state and local government as an elected official. I'm an author of fiction and history. My book, Hidden History of Eureka Springs, has just been released by History Press. What distinguishes my writing is my conversational voice which connects with readers. I can write humor or be convincingly authoritative. My blog showcases my writing style.

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