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Resumes and More!
from 12 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Marie H.
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Sara edited the resume I submitted to apply as a Food Tour Guide, and I got a call from the hiring manager within 30 minutes of my sending it! Sara has a keen eye, attention to detail, and mastery of language and flow. She edited for content and formatting and is excellent at both. I would recommend her services to anyone writing something important!

  • 5 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Tunisha M.
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Janet has been a pleasure to work with. She is very responsive and always eager to help! I enjoy having her on my team. She has been a great second pair of eyes. I would recommend her to anyone who needs editing or proofreading services.

Lucie Winborne
from 7 reviews
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Dayna B.
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“Lucie Winborne is a writer's friend. Charming, honest, and straight to the point, her editing skills help craft better stories. I highly recommend her services.” – Dayna Bickham, author, Chosen for Purpose: Overcoming Giants and Living Your Dreams

from 3 reviews
  • 18 years in business
Wendy D.
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As the publisher of Canterbury House Publishing, I recently hired Greg to edit a world-class business book. Not only did Greg's business experience and expertise contribute greatly to the value of the book, his editorial (and writing) skills evolved the book to the highest possible quality work of non-fiction.

Writing & Editing
from 2 reviews
  • 6 years in business
Jessica S.
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Mindy has done an outstanding job of writing and editing some of the marketing material for our bank. She is a great contributor and a true professional. I highly recommend her.

Ann Wade
from 1 review
    Megan F.
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    I had a 3 day deadline and Ann made substantive edits on an important technical document. She was prompt and saved me a lot of time and freed me up to do other things. I'd hire her again.


    For the past 4 years, I have successfully built a freelance writing, editing, and project management business. I have a number of repeat clients, all of whom have given me outstanding reviews. My editing skills are excellent and I do multiple passes to ensure all grammar and spelling mistakes are corrected. I always welcome feedback and I work very well under deadlines. I can assure you that you will not be disappointed with my work.


    Writing and Editing services across all media and industries. Our job isn't to look good; it's to make YOU look good.

    • 4 years in business

    I do the job and move on.

    • 4 years in business

    I feel that I keep my customer base low enough to be manageable. This way, each piece gets my full attention.

    • 11 years in business

    I'm willing to do what is necessary to get the job done. My pricing is fair to everyone. And I aim to please my clients.


    I edit every single day and I like to do it so I decided to help other people their editing needs without breaking their budget.


    I've been writing and editing for as long as I can remember. I pride myself in writing and editing copy that walks the line--edgy enough to be memorable but not over-the-top. If you're looking for witty, informative writing that gets the point across, look no further. I'll also meet your deadlines, and often come in early.


    The services I provide are as follows: * Freelance writing * Editing * Spanish translations * Telepharmacy health care * tele tutoring on math and science


    Sandra loves to read and is picky about grammar and composition. She is retired and has lots of time to help proof and edit your work.


    Bachelor's degree in Psychology and 14 years working in Mental Health. Supervised case manager's client records for accuracy. Minor in English literature. Current position at a local church involves a lot of writing and editing, but I have always had very strong writing skills and am very proficient in proofreading.


    Foster Media Group produces media that targets your market and converts prospects into customers, trains leaders, patients, or the general public, and communicates clearly with engaging, easy-to-read copy. With over 25 years of experience in corporate communications, technical writing and editing, and training/instructional design and with earned recognition from the Society for Technical Communication, as well as numerous clients, Foster Media Group goes to work to help you with your content needs -- online content that converts to sales, as follows: blogs, profiles, white papers and corporate reports, marketing articles, press releases, and more.


    I provide grammatical proof reading services for manuscripts, school papers, articles, web content, etc. Content and fact checking available dependent upon subject matter.


    I'm a creative writer, but I also have impeccable attention to detail. I can find a typo in any already published book. Works don't have typos when I'm done with them. I also have a wide range of writing skills. I can do business profiles, reviews, etc.


    I have a flare for writing and I am an experienced editor. I can put my years of experience in the newspaper field to work for my clients. I have started and operated several blogs.

    • 9 years in business

    I have the skill set and experience to handle almost any writing or editing assignment -- from resumes and cover letters for job applicants to ghost writing or editing a book. I can help someone write their memoirs or edit a magazine submission -- to name just a few of the services I can provide. My greatest strengths lie in content editing and rewrite, though I am highly proficient as a copy editor and proofreader as well. I can supply my resume, a wide variety of writing samples and professional references upon request. Because of the nature of my work, I do not need to restrict my services to people who live in Central Florida. Thanks to email and the telephone, I can serve almost any client anywhere in the country.

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