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Write One Publications
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 10 years in business
Jamie F.
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Write One helped me with an editing/ghostwriting project as well as the publishing of my book. I found the experience to be invaluable and well worth the money. The owner said her aim was to educate new authors on the publishing process and that's exactly what she did. Now I'm preparing to release my book in the coming weeks and I'm so excited.

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I developed a passion for writing going through the process of getting two books published through Zane's Strebor Books via Simon and Schusters Publications, which happens to be the largest publishing company in the entire world. I have further enhanced my writing skills taking advanced writing courses at Strayers University.

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Building community around a business is the ultimate goal of GreenBox Worldwide. Business owners today have more to worry about than updating their social media content, monitoring their online reputation or even building copy for their webpage but not making digital communication a priority could be a detrimental mistake. GreenBox Worldwide strives to assist their clients in the most efficient and affordable way while creating an online presence and daily social engagement that ultimately builds a community of loyal customers. Our services include the following: - Ghostwriting - Social media management - Digital communications - Website consultation and design

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Being the author of two published books, 'DURTY SOUTH GRIND' and THE GRIND DON'T STOP', with credits in Writing from Strayers University, as well as a deep urging to make other's work more developed with grammatical and flow corrects. My sole purpose is to make your readers not only read your work easily but to make them feel what you are feeling when you put your work together.

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I'm a professional writer in the Atlanta Metro Area, specializing in ghostwriting and content for new media and publication. I work primarily with other creators in need of help in supplementing or fleshing out their own work. I've produced Screenplays, Manuscripts for traditional publication, and articles for business and trade.

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I am a self-published author breaking into the industry of self-publishing. My business offers self-publishing quantity with traditional publishing quality. My business also offers editing and ghostwriting services.

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