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  • 20 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Shannon J.
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Love working with Isandra. She’s translated everything for us, from bios to press releases to even articles for the past 8 years and I’ve never had a turnaround issue nor an edit. Godsend! Saves us stress and money. We can always count on her.

Ghenete W.
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Shelly-Ann Parkinson writes well and has the talent and patience to handle a variety of writing assignments including newspaper articles, press releases and even helping high school seniors with their dreaded college application essays. I highly recommend hiring A Writer's Shell Professional Writing Services for any and all of your writing needs.

Elle Edits
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    Ellie R.
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    I am a college-educated and self-proclaimed proficient writer but I struggle with grammar/ proper formatting / and sentence structure (so please do not judge the rest of this post :) Elle was able to dust the cobwebs off my old resume providing feedback and helpful tips resulting in my hiring at a boutique commercial real estate firm. She has also helped me draft email templates, press releases, and proofread my correspondence with brokers. I am more than pleased with her affordable rates and swift response and completion times. She is the secret sauce as I rely on her for my daily business proceedings. Thanks so much Elle.

    Cynthia MacGregor
    from 3 reviews
    • 2 hires on Thumbtack
    Robert S.
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    I honestly don't know what I would do if there wasn't a Cynthia Macgregor. From writing poems for me, to press releases, to great Domain names, to helping me with copy for a book, to.....I really could go on and on. She's a "One Man Band". A true genius! I give her a project one day and in more cases than not, I have what I need the following day! There's no one better!!

    Afton Ink
    from 1 review
    • 4 years in business
    Bill L.
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    I first contracted Julia to write a press release on boring subject matter for my company and she was able to create interesting content from it. Since then we have collaborated on several assignments that were outside of her normal scope and she delivered a quality and timely product that produced results. Julia is currently working on combined media assignments for us.


    Whether you need articles for magazines and Internet sites, press releases, promo pieces, blogs, and books, I'm your man. Email for resume and samples In a rush, call me. Bob


    We are specialists in the writing and distribution of press releases. Target Marketing is another feature of our service, and delivers the PR right to the Newsdesk of the selected media.

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