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  • 8 hires on Thumbtack
Ceny K.
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Professional Resume Writing Services was able to hit all of the trouble spots on my resume. Gabrielle helped me condense job descriptions and organize my resume in a way that was easier to read, while highlighting my skills. She was professional, friendly, and had a great turnaround time. Definitely recommend!

Professional Assistant
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  • 4 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Tammy D.
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Ron was a godsend. Even though we had never met, he just understood us, and understood our mission. He was so patient with us through this process as we are rookie writers. We could barely keep up with him and he finished editing our book way ahead of expected timeline. He was professional, diligent, sensitive and listened to our needs. He was timely and responsive. His technical skill blew it out of the water. If he will have us back for a second book (now that we know what we are getting ourselves into) then we would absolutely want him to be our editor. Honestly I can’t imagine doing another one without him. He was WAY worth every penny we spent and then some. Ron thank you for everything. We are so grateful.

Freelance Business Writer
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    Michael P.
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    It has been a blessing working with Angela, she is dependable, her computer skills are advanced, she easily adapts to any situation with ease. Angela works very well under pressure and is able to turn around requests very quickly. Angela brings new ideas and is not bothered by ambiguity. I highly recommend contacting Angela for future jobs, you will not be disappointed. She continues to show a desire to improve her job skills by attending professional development classes and setting personal goals, that is someone I want working for me!!

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      Fran B.
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      As Founder of Family to Family, a local charity (giving people's "extra stuff" to those in need) Brenda's voice has been istrumental to our growth and outreach. While writing for the Collier Citizen she often helped promote our cause through the press. Her most effective article, "Closet Reaches out to Needy Kids" (8/28/09) helped get the word out and boosted our donations significantly. Family to Family greatly depends on donations to help Foster Care and other special needs families in our community. Her help has been invaluable to us. Brenda, with her follow-through and commitment orchestrated our local "Prom Aide" program coordinating donors, drop-off sites, schools, media, press releases, etc. Thanks to her communication skills the word spread and for the second year over 200 students in need were furnished with an incredible selection of FREE prom-wear, many garments still with tags. What a huge gift for so many students and their struggling families. (She did this on her own time!!!) When submitting articles myself, Brenda's been a great resource for phrasing, etc. and is always able to offer most helpful suggestions. If you need help...Be Smart and have "The Writer Girl" help you get your point across. Most Sincerely, Fran Bratcher, Founder Family to Famliy


      My work stands out because of its accuracy. There are no corners cut when it comes to verifying that what I am reporting is accurate.


      I can take on most research and writing project. I managed writers in the e-Commerce space for 17 years. I have a B.A. in English Literature and an M.Div in Theology. I have edited Ph.D. dissertations for grammar, style, and clarity of exposition. My fees are roughly half of most freelance writers. I also have 28 years experience in the creation and maintenance of taxonomies for indexing and for e-Commerce.


      What makes this business special? A passion for writing, an attention to detail, and a desire to help. Every customer and every work product is important to me. I offer a wide range of services and I am able to draw on my broad professional experience to make you, your product or your service stand out.


      Editor, writer with 40 years of newspaper experience, a wealth of creativity, and the time to devote to a project.

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