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Write Now
5.0
from 12 reviews
  • 22 years in business
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
Dieurode T.
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Allegra pays close attention to detail and is extremely professional. I highly recommend her for anybody looking for a content writer

  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Donald S.
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It is my pleasure to write a recommendation for Herb Tamres' legal, editing, and writing skills, as well as his teaching skills. In my final year in law school, I worked under Herb's supervision in the General Counsel's Office of a major firm. Herb was a terrific supervisor and mentor. He gave myself and my colleagues great advice about how to improve our writing and how to better use caselaw to support our reasoning. Herb was incredibly patient with us as we climbed up the learning curve, and he made sure we were appropriately challenged in the process. Herb was always willing to listen to us, and to discuss any difficulties we were having with particular assignments. He also exhibited a sincere interest in us as people, which I believe is another attribute that made him a superb teacher. I have been a lawyer for over 20 years now, and currently work in the New York City Law Department. I am certain that working for Herb made me a better writer -- and a better lawyer -- than I would otherwise have been. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me during the work day at 212-356-2433.

Hal Cantor
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 20 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Paul B.
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Hal's ability to develop thought-provoking characters and colorful narratives make him an exceptional writer. Add that to his passion and wry sense of wit and you get the whole package. A great hire.

Synergy Strategists
4.1
from 7 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
Adriana B.
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Excellent editing and revision of character reference letters. Highly professional, prompt, responsive and pleasant. Thank you Dr. Levy!

Cynthia MacGregor
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Marina K.
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Cynthia MacGregor is an amazing writer and editor; she is one of the most hard working and dedicated professional experts in the creative writing field. She is also a caring, compassionate person, who would devote herself fully to a script and transform all your words to utter perfection! Punctual and professional -- Cyn will always deliver the edited material on time or even exceed your expectations and surprise you with a perfectly polished script sooner than you expect. Cynthia cares about you and your potential, about your script and your future success, and she will do her best to help you succeed and have your creative dreams come true. Thank you, Cyn, for working so hard and caring so very much!

Rhino Ventures
5.0
from 1 review
  • 33 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Ellen C.
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I contacted Steven Vaughn to help me edit a small bok I was working on. He is a true professional and worked in a timely manner. I would recommend him! Thanks Steven!!! Ellen Chacon

Freelance writer-editor
5.0
from 1 review
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Marc F.
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Paul interviewed my father today. Both my father and I found it interesting and enjoyable, and I learned quite a bit about my father's WWII experiences that I did not know.

Your Virtual Assistant
1.0
from 1 review
    About

    I have 25 years' experience providing all types of administrative assistance including document preparation, license and permit applications, general bookkeeping, state and federal tax preparation, billing collections and scheduling and appointments for busy professionals.

    • 15 years in business
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    My background creating advertising campaigns at some of the largest ad agencies on the planet means I deliver a level of quality that makes your brand stand out. If you look at our website or the Charchin Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Charchin-Creative/136647343389?ref=hl you'll see what I mean.

    About

    Words + Pictures = Writers' Circle. If you are looking to hire a wordsmith, then you've found the right person. I provide writing & editing services: articles, blogs, features, press releases, full-length book manuscripts and scripts (film, video, radio, TV). I also provide graphic design services: books, magazines, newspapers, ads, brochures, marketing materials.

    About

    Husband and wife writing team with vast experience in the field. Both have published work in newspapers, magazines and our latest medium is our very own blog. Blogging has become more than a hobby for us, as we truly love the freedom of writing about what we want & when we want.

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    Tight, journalistic style honed by 30+ years in Marketing Communications

    • 11 years in business
    About

    I think our slogan says it all: "Science writing that sells. By Doctors, For People."

    • 21 years in business
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    To whom it may concern, My name is Meredith Hamilton, MPH. My educational background is in medicine and public health. My professional experience and abiding interests lie in the non-profit arena. I have experience as well as personal strengths and aptitudes that, I believe, will provide great benefit to you. I am a dedicated hard worker who offers both leadership and organizational skills. I have successfully managed teams of individuals in the non-profit setting; have written and won grant applications; and have successfully fulfilled demanding schedules of grant reporting. I have administered and cut budgets, and I am acutely aware of the need to align organizational goals with fiscal resources. In my personal life, I have faced and overcome a number of challenges that have enhanced my empathy for all who have faced adversities. Indeed, I believe each of us suffers our own hardships in life. I have found that this has greatly increased my individual strength and engendered a need to aid others, while encouraging their own personal achievements. I most enjoy working with others, whether staff or those seeking help from the social service organization for which I work. Interpersonal interactions drive my best performance; push me to maximize my capabilities; and make my life and livelihood the most rewarding. After obtaining my masters degree in public health, I held a senior management position at a non-profit organization. I found an agency that, though venerable, had no structured data collection processes, statistical analyses, nor any means for data storage! By the time I left, I had successfully instituted new data collection tools and policies. Additionally, I instituted procedures that empowered the staff, through personal and group training, which ensured the facility's continued existence. In fact, these measures rescued several grants that had previously been in peril, including two vital and lucrative federal grants. I recently relocated to the treasure coast to be closer to my aging parents. I am a volunteer ombudsman here. I assess long-term care and rehabilitation facilities plus nursing homes yearly. I also investigate reported complaints, including cases of elder abuse and neglect. I am anxious to restart my career in public health here in Florida and would cherish an opportunity to meet with you and discuss what I can offer to you and your excellent program. Very truly yours, Meredith T. Hamilton, MPH

    About

    I am a freelance writer and editor after my 9-5 career as a paralegal in Florida. I started reading in the 4th grade with The Thorn Birds and have never stopped. Although I never went to college I am extremely attentive to detail, highly intelligent with an above average IQ and my dream has always been to be an author/editor. Everyone needs a chance to start and I'm hoping this is it.

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    I have worked in theater for 30+ years. I can do just about any job except tech; my favorite is director. I have been a freelance journalist for much of that time, most often writing previews and reviews of live theater openings, art galleries and books. I am known for skills in critical analysis. Two of my pictures are on permanent display in public libraries.

    About

    Former teacher 20 plus years. Strong writing and editing skills. Published in small local literary publications. Let me assist you in editing manuscripts, student theses, resumes, business correspondence, etc. Also available to tutor in reading and writing.

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    I am an experienced writer/editor with two degrees in English literature. I have an eye for grammar and a passion for words.

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    I have six published books, plus 3 ghost written books, and 33 articles. Recently I finished the first book of a trilogy.

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    Spellcheck, spellcheck, spellcheck! Attention to detail and providing exactly what the client desires is my utmost goal. I also conduct my business with integrity. I try very hard to follow through on commitments and business agreements. I also provide the client with a fair price for the work provided.

    About

    I’m a full-time writer/editor with a rich and varied portfolio. My research skills are top of the line and I write on many different subjects. I specialize in researching, writing, and editing for hire--taking other people's concepts, reports, books, academic works, web needs, scripts, etc.--organizing the material, fleshing it out, and fashioning a product intended for a specified audience. I write and edit across a broad range of subjects in many styles and voices, and I pride myself on delivering a top-quality product on-time and on-budget.

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