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  • 24 years in business
  • 54 hires on Thumbtack
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Vanessa H.
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Kathy was very prompt and professional. She was able to turn my resume around in about four days. After she completed it, we met and discussed any additional changes. She made those changes within hours and had send me electronic copies to use during my search. Thank you for your help Kathy!

Doug B.
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My firm hired Mike to create new marketing materials, including folders, mailers, and website copy. Mike was a pleasure to work with and provided a unique and very professional finished product. I would highly recommend him and plan to utilize his services again soon.

  • 7 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Amanda M.
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Charles did an excellent job! He was caring, kind, considerate and an excellent listener. Charles not only edited my resume & coached me through the interview process, but he got me the job I've been aiming for!! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!

Joe Shepherd
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  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Samai J.
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Edited my logo/image and uploaded to my website

Write from the Heart
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    Dee D.
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    “Judy is an excellent professional, with the requisite skills and experience. She has been a valuable resource to me in terms of her ability to assist me in my business preparation, and I'm certain that her talents would be valued for any company or as a personal consultant. Cordial and caring as well as highly knowledgeable, Judy is someone whom I hold in high regard. In short, I recommend her highly.”


    I am a former English teacher who is highly skilled in writing and editing texts. I majored in Spanish in undergraduate school and am able to do some Spanish translation.


    *copyediting and proofreading services *professional training through South-Western Publishing *projects vary from textbooks to technical manuscripts to fiction


    10+ years' experience as a writer, editor, and translator. No job too big or small. Have done oral histories of elders. Translate French to English. Medical writing and editing, engineering writing and editing, and IT and aerospace experience. Non-profit work. Language specialist, detailed proofreader.


    After graduating from Vanderbilt Law School, I practiced law in New York for 25 years. I now write, edit, and copy edit legal and other publications, which I've been doing part-time since 2002. I pay close attention to detail and will treat your work as though it were my own. I'm in Hamilton, Ohio, just north of Cincinnati, but I take projects from around the country via the Internet. I'm happy to give you a quotation.


    My name is James Lampe and I have just recently graduated from Wright State University with a Bachelor's Degree in English. Since graduation, I have had articles published for Substream Music Press (a magazine carried by Barnes and Noble and Borders) and I have worked as a freelance copy editor for several companies. I am trained in professional writing and journalism, and I am very competent with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Adobe InDesign. I am available for any freelance writing or editing. I charge $7 a page for editing work, and my price for writing will vary depending on the project. My contact information is listed below.


    I provide the following services: Writing, Editing, Technical Writing, Proofreading, and Legal Services.


    I have more than 10 years of technical writing experience with R&D, materials, consumer goods and high-tech solutions. I produce quick, accurate and useful text for various media. I listen and learn the audience, translate the information and work to concisely deliver the message to customers. My copy fits the brand and supports the call to action. I also offer book and article editing services.


    I can write, edit, revise, proof, and finalize any content needed. With a writing certification from University of Dayton I am trained in all forms and formats.


    Two degrees in English from the University of Cincinnati. Extensive experience in both academic and technical writing, as well as marketing and advertising.


    I am able to provide editing services for those looking to publish manuscripts of different varieties, though my specialty is in creative writing.


    I have several years' experience in the law field and publishing field. I can copy edit and draft legal documents etc.


    I am a freelance writer and editor based in Dayton, Ohio, and I've been working with words for as long as I can remember. I'm dedicated to ensuring my clients have the best final document possible.


    I will transcribe or edit as you need. Send tapes or CDs to me, and I will return written work. Name your price within reason.

    • 5 years in business

    I stand out because I am have a gift for writing in multiple genres, experience, and education.

    • 1 hire on Thumbtack

    I am an avid book reader. I average 3 books a week on my kindle. It amazes me at the errors in the copyrighted books I read. I have always wanted to do something like this, working from home. I travel two to three weekends per month judging cat shows all over the world. I read even at home on a daily basis. A good friend of mine has been editing from home for years. She has given me pointers and I feel I would be great at this job. I love reading, all genres. Sci-Fi to Paranormal to Romance and everything in between. Please consider me for your next project. My fees will be very reasonable and I would be willing to negotiate on multiple book projects!


    I am a graduate with a Bachelor's degree in English. I provide a low cost editing service for books, magazines and websites. I am also willing to meet quick deadlines.

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