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Amy Breitmann
from 4 reviews
  • 5 years in business
Brittany V.
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Great copy writer with a beautiful gift to emit emotions through her words. She is passionate about writing and is a great listener so you get exactly what you expect.

Ashley Dannelly
from 2 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Joe D.
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I have used Ashley for several copywriting and editing jobs and have been thoroughly impressed every time.


I'm a writer. I know what good writing looks like.


I work from home and type at the rate of 80 wpm. I have extensive experience with editing as well as transcription. I have been doing this type of work for over 10 years.


I am well versed and experienced in all aspects of business writing and editing. Resume writing, proofing and editing also strengths.


I'm a writer, an editor and an educator. My specialty is helping clients communicate their ideas with clarity and focus. The majority of my experience has been in assisting college students with resume preparation, effective written communication, and interview skills. I also provide proofreading and editing services for students at every educational level.


Professionally, I am an English professor. I teach critical thinking and writing; both are extremely valuable skills but also rare in today's workplace. In addition to academia, I am able to use my knowledge in various environments. As an example, I have extensive skills in helping authors edit books for publication. Also, I have edited articles for publication. Lastly, I regularly write and edit works for departmental reports. Creativity and intellectuality are the two attributes that make my work attractive to clients who want to be viewed positively on paper or via technology.

  • 5 years in business

I write and edit for all types of media: print, web, broadcast, etc. I have written creative short-stories and heavy-duty research papers and all that lies between. I have done copy for ads, public relations and marketing. I have edited everything from novels to news stories with the same professional attitude that says, "I will not stop until this is as close to perfect as I can get it." But, at the same time, I never miss a deadline or sacrifice high-quality just to save some time. I am fair when it comes to pricing, I always check with others in the business to make sure that I am asking a fair price or being offered fair payment. There is no job too large or too small for me to help you with. I am especially talented at person-based feature stories for public relations use, but as I said, I can write anything for any medium and any audience.


I encourage individuals to use writing as a therapeutic technique, and I copy edit papers of any kind for individuals, businesses, etc. Workshops are available.


If you are looking for a nonfiction book editor, I’m the best (Google me). My edits are so seamless that authors often exclaim, “You make me sound like me—only better!” They also marvel at my ability to catch discrepancies, inconsistencies, and redundancies often hundreds of pages apart. As a former newspaper editor and reporter, I know how to help a writer tell a story—or explain how to do something—with accuracy and precision. And I never miss a deadline.


Editing, headlines, proof reading, fastest definitely dependable service on time every time that makes me different from the rest. ..

  • 4 years in business

My work demonstrates a precision and level of detail honed through years of writing in a technical field and the creativity and character born of a life lived among books. I am thorough, expedient, and ready to tackle the task at hand.


We do transcription as well as editing of all types of documents. I also do research for various counties in SC. I now live in SC, but previously lived in NY. I'm familiar with their court system as well.


I edit, proofread, write and research. I combine corporate, political, academic and social work experience and apply it to my customer's needs. My broad base of experience and my enjoyment of editing and helping others is what distinguishes my service from others.

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