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Thinque Prep
4.9
from 39 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 76 hires on Thumbtack
Daniel K.
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Joyee was instrumental in helping me edit and revise my personal statement for graduate school. With his assistance, I developed a strong personal statement that ultimately got me admission into my top choice. He is really the best!

Thumbtack Customer
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Dana is truly one of the best writers that I have ever worked with, and I have worked with quite a few. His writing skills are excellent and his style appeals to the masses. Dana is a real professional and he makes the process so easy. It’s an absolute pleasure working with Dana! Thank you, Dana for always working your magic! Dana is so talented! I will definitely work with Dana again and I look forward to it!

SoCalResumes
4.9
from 15 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
Danielle H.
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I had never used a professional resume writing service but I am so glad I did. I love my new resume. Ashley did a fantastic job - exactly what was promised and worth every penny. I’m glad I’ll have a fresh resume when I officially kick off my search.

  • 28 years in business
  • 17 hires on Thumbtack
James L.
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This is my first time at writing a novel and for using another person to edit it. My project is big and time consuming and I find that working with Several Stories High to be a wonderful experience. I'm almost finished with it and have peace about working with Tanya and look forward in having Several Stories High work with me on the following novels.

  • 5 years in business
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Thumbtack Customer
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I appreciate the punctuality and work quality of the service. Works great with one-to-one conversation and very supportive in the field of writing.

Vanessa's Tutoring
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Kev K.
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I needed to find someone to help my roommate with writing a paper that could connect with her. Vanessa met with her and quickly developed a rapport and immediately explored ways to get her to "think" to write the paper on her own.

Level Up Academy
5.0
from 3 reviews
    Coco S.
    Verified review

    He is a really outstanding teacher. His patience always let me feel very related in his classes. Because I am a International student, and my teachers never used English to teach students before, sometimes I can be very nervous and confused in what teachers say in America classes. But Earl really gives me confidences, which make me believe I can overcome the difficulties I met in my study. Moreover, he really impresses me when he teaches me SAT writing, due to the reason that he separates long sentences for me and tells me which different functions of which different parts of them; this method is very useful for International students such as me. However, few teachers use this method to teach students when they cannot understand the meanings of the long and difficult sentences. Honestly, he did really give me lots of help.

    Finesse Writing and Editing
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
      Rebecca G.
      Verified review

      I don't even know where to begin in telling you just how highly I recommend Tracy. As a first time author, it was a bit daunting to interview editors and select one. But I had 5 key-words in mind regarding how I wanted to feel while working with an editor, and when I spoke to Tracy, she fit them all. Those words were: Wisdom, Trust, Support, Joy, and Ease. So I hired her for a developmental edit, and I am so happy I did. In addition to being a skilled editor (and writer), I was impressed by her availability and her willingness to answer my ridiculously long list of questions that I sent over along with my manuscript! Tracy not only did the job I hired her to do in terms of a developmental edit, but she also helped me believe in myself as a writer and provided some major hand-holding during some stressful times in this process. Speaking of the stresses, I had already hired another editor for the copy/line edit, but I ended up going back to Tracy for that as well! I really wanted someone who would make my "already good" writing even *better*. And Tracy did just that. It was just a pleasure to work with her, and there were many times that her answers to my questions made me laugh or her line edits made me cry (because they were so good!). I feel much more confident about putting my first book, "The Multi-Orgasmic Diet," out into the world now, thanks to Tracy's beautiful edits and helpful guidance! So if you want someone with experience, skill, attention to detail, and who will truly care about your finished product, I highly recommend Tracy Teel.

      Tutor House
      5.0
      from 1 review
      • 3 hires on Thumbtack
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      I was asked to remain at a local elementary school even after the teacher I was subbing for returned. With district H R approval, I was asked to take over that class while the teacher on extended leave was asked to do assessment testing for multiple grades upon her return..This was a huge compliment to me and my abilities to create "a sense of community" for the students who had multiple subs and loss of continuity and progress.

      Cristina R.
      Verified review

      It was a wonderful and awesome experience. Thank you very much for allowing me to meet Lisa Lee, more a friend that a teacher now.

      Duke Thompson
      5.0
      from 1 review
        Jerry S.
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        Duke edited my epic fantasy series of over 1 million words. My publisher had me cut down the word count because it was to much to publish and Duke helped me with the process. I couldn't have completed my series without him. He worked exclusively with me for six months to help me get my series how I wanted it. A master editor and ghostwrite (hell, the parts he helped me write were better than my own stuff!) and I wouldn't work with anybody but Duke. Thanks, man.

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        UCLA trained screenwriter. Currently write film shorts for production. Experienced with county, state, and federal grants. Available to write for social media.

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        A professional freelance writing service to those who would rather have someone else write their material. I have freelanced for over 10 years covering film, music, art, sports and other varied topics. I currently write for Divulge Magazine.

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        I am a freelance writer with a B.A in English and finishing an M.A. in early American history. I can help you write business letters, marketing documents, web content and much, much more. I can also help you with editing documents you have produced on your own to give them that professional touch.

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        I am a quality resume writer with 10 years of experience. I am able to provide quality resumes for job seekers in the industrial, government, and technical communities. Let me help you get the career that you're looking for today. Email me for further information. Cover letters are available upon request; the prices may vary.

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        You have a story; let us write it! All kinds of writing and editing services including: books,manuscripts, wedding vows, essays, screen plays, short stories, academia, personal letters and correspondence and much more.

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        I write per customer requests: a song or poem for special occasions with rhymes or poetic flow collecting footnotes/ description of preferred conveyed personalize message.

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        Am in skilled in creative writing n enjoy ghostwriting as well. If u have a story to tell and need to get it heard, I will help u too accomplish that!

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        I solid skills and an extensive background. I have worked for large corporations and small companies. I have a strong work ethic and consider confidentiality a must. I am positive, proactive and work well under pressure. My years as a contract employee have honed my adaptability skills. I am an excellent team member who works quite well on her own. I believe in continuous quality improvement and enjoy the learning process.

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        My primary focus of writing is the Economy, Real Estate and Equity Markets - and how they interconnect. I have closely followed the Equity Markets for thirty years - it seems far more than most not working on Wall Street - and have developed a great passion for writing on the above noted subject matter. I believe I present a very interesting viewpoint - though often contrarian in nature. I also have a great love of writing movie reviews. Similar to my economic pieces, I seem to find hidden movie gems that are often unrecognized by the main street media and film critics. Consequently, I feel my writing - if nothing else - provides great food for thought (as I rarely follow the status quo line of thinking).

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