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  • 4 years in business
  • 48 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Karan J.
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Annie has been an absolute pleasure to work with. She did a great job editing my first fiction novel. She brought a lot of patience and much needed perspective to the project. I've been highly impressed by her dedication and humility. More than an editor, she has become a pillar of support for me as writer. I can gladly count her as a friend after several months of association. If you are a new writer who is looking for an editor that is willing to walk the extra mile with you, look no further. I highly recommend Annie as an editor and a wonderful human being.

Working Purple Enterprises
4.7
from 30 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 76 hires on Thumbtack
Timothy W.
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Met with Kim for help with both mine and my husbands resumes, we met at a nice coffee shop and talked over both of our situations. We received our first rough draft that evening and were sore put to find anything wrong, needless to say she jazzed up both of our resumes with impeccable ability. If you are thinking about getting a writer go for it you will be happy you did.

  • 13 years in business
  • 8 hires on Thumbtack
Linda L.
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Bryan is professional in his presentation, communication, interaction, technical expertise and services offered. He is absolutely someone to consider when seeking website designer services. I was impressed!

  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
Louise C.
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As a new writer, I had a lot to learn about how to write effectively. Roberta was very helpful, knowledgeable and did go the extra mile for us. She kept in close contact every step of the way and even told us that she would continue to help once we find the right publisher. Thanks again Roberta! We couldn't have done it without you.

  • 6 years in business
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack
Anosh V.
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Morgan has been the lead writer for our Desert Storage blog and has done an amazing job. She is responsive to feedback, has unique ideas and does the job well. Highly recommend.

Ken Can Write
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 12 years in business
  • 8 hires on Thumbtack
Steve S.
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I met Ken Jensen in June, 2014 after interviewing several other potential editors for my novel, "Enemy in the Heartland." I selected Ken because of his professional attitude, his technical knowledge of military hardware, and the fact that he was an author himself made him an easy choice to be my editor. During the editing process, Ken's ability to keep the story's timeline correct and his suggestions on content has made my novel the success it is today. If you are thinking of using Ken's services, but questions, I would happy to talk to you on Ken's ability as an editor. Stephen Schwertley

  • 7 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Christopher S.
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Tim has been an excellent freelance writer for our project at PSA over the last couple of years. He has worked tirelessly and under sometimes strict deadlines. His research skills have been very helpful and his mastery of the English language has been helpful to me on a number of different occasions. Tim and I worked together previously at a couple of different companies, and when it came time to finding a freelancer for our massive CollectibleFacts project, I knew just where to turn.

The Grammar Doctors
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 12 years in business
Brian G.
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We've worked with the Grammar Doctors for the last several years at my firm. As the primary contact for my firm and the Grammar Doctors, I've always found Amanda to be highly professional, responsive, and transparent in her processes. One of the biggest challenges that typically occur when working with a copy writer is finding someone who can ask the right questions to help them understand what you want to accomplish and Amanda does a solid job of guiding you along so that she can turn out a product that accurately represents the kind of result I want. I would recommend the Grammar Doctors to businesses that are looking to work with a collaborative content professional and are focused on getting high quality results. Amanda Collins and the Grammar Doctors will not disappoint you.

Carisa Frisby
4.5
from 2 reviews
    Mike E.
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    Carissa Frisby worked as a freelance writer for me when I was editor of community magazines in Sun City, Arizona, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Carissa was a pleasure to work with. She is always willing to take an assignment, she turns in clean and well-written copy, and she meets deadlines. Carissa stands out as a professional freelance writer who gets things done in a timely manner, with no drama. She's a welcome member of any team, a positive contributor, and I wouldn't hesitate to hire her again.

    • 15 years in business
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    I am passionate about my work and experienced at the craft, plus I have developed many positive relationships over the years with professional colleagues. That shines through, especially when I write about people. Everyone has a story and I love to tell them using the written word. As a former English major, I am adept at editing copy, turning phrases and producing quality content for any subject matter, whether it's for a press release or company bio.

    • 11 years in business
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    I am not a faceless company nor am I someone willing to take your work for granted for a quick cash in. I am a professional writer looking to make a name for myself in this world, and to do that I understand the sacrifices one must make in order to establish themselves as a professional.

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    I love to create, write, edit and use words to paint a picture! I believe that you often only get one chance to make an impression and you should seize that opportunity with a well written document. Let me help you with your written content to ensure your first impression isn't your last impression.

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    I'm a well rounded writer. Always in my books and tuning in to the latest blogs and info. It's difficult to find the info on the web but I can.

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    few things about muah: Self proclaimed game changer, devoted professional, adoring wife, steadfast theologian, lover of style, ardent bibliophile , passionate writer, dilettante photographer, wholehearted distance runner, studier of Spanish, budding left-handed guitarist and always Googling how to get smarter. Oh yeah, and the glass is always half-full! I'm a proud wife and bonus-mom who's smitten with fashion and is an obsessive reader, abstract painter, creative writer and dilettante photographer. Her favorite Rolling Stone is Keith Richards and she's always Googling "how to get smarter." Day Job: Empress of Prose, Director of Cheryl's Sanity and Dilettante Photographer at CherylStyle.com I learned early on that the pen is indeed mightier than the sword. She discovered her passion for photography in the early 2000s, and has been searching for pixel perfection ever since.

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    I am a writer looking to do what I do full time. I mostly write fiction but can do non-fiction as well. My current focus is on pre-recorded transcription. Allow me to help you with your writing needs!

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    Hello! My name is Razan and I am an experienced writer who is willing to write, edit or paraphrase your paper. I will give you the content you need at ANY topic you want.

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    Women's fiction writer who also specialized in editing. I have worked with several writers in the editing process to get their work ready for publication. I am very detail oriented with a quick turn around time.

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    I have more than 20 years of experience as a writer across various media platforms, including developing content for websites, video and radio scripts, blogs, speeches and news releases. For ten years I worked on a freelance and staff basis for PRfect Media as Senior Copywriter and also served as the in-house proofreader. In addition, I have 15 years of experience writing comedic content distributed nationally by Premiere Radio Networks and like to infuse a “light touch” to serious topics whenever appropriate.

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    I am a writer with a deep love for writing. I am more of an aspiring writer looking for that chance to get my work out there. I'm currently writing Urban Fiction Novels.

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    I am an experienced proofreader, editor and writer with a degree in English Literature from The University of St Andrews in Scotland. I provide tutoring in grammar and writing skills as well as a proofreading service for anyone who wishes to refine and/or structure their writing to optimize its efficacy.

    • 5 years in business
    About

    If you need affordable and intelligent writing/editing, I am your man. I provide the following services: original writing, screenplays/scripts, and editing. My main genres are conspiracy and thriller, but I am capable of writing in any genre. Additionally, I am strongest in sci-fi, fantasy, and modern stories; things like james bond thrillers, and sci-fi conspiracies are my specialty.

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