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Inna S.
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Lori and her partner were fantastic. They clearly have much experience, took care of my taxes at no time, figured out I should get a considerably larger refund than I thought, left me a well organized copy and, in the end, Lori charged me less than the price we agreed upon, claiming that the whole thing was less complicated than she thought it would be. As an extra, they both are really nice and pleasant people.


I love to proofread and edit printed material. Prefer hard copy to computer work. Will create material for greeting cards, children's books. Poetry also. Love freelance-creative works.


Skilled medical and legal transcriptionist. Very knowledgeable in English grammar, spelling, syntax, terminology. Great editing skills for manuscripts, letters, or transcription. Updated resume formats utilized. Tutoring in all elementary, high school, college subjects.


I do business at my home. I do editing, form writing, invitations, menus, etc. If you have something else in reference of writing and not sure, just ask.


Don't have the time to revise and edit documents? I will edit your writing for grammatical and mechanical errors. I am able to provide you with timely and professional work.


I am a 44-year-old who has a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications and a minor in English. I am a natural-born citizen of the United States, and have lived in Louisiana my whole life. I am an excellent editor, writer, and website and mobile website creator. I can help make your life a whole lot easier and in a timely fashion as well.


I was born with a red ink pen in my hand and have yet to put it down.

  • 3 years in business

I am determined to work with passionate entrepreneurs. Aside from my marketing degree and expertise, I have extensive knowledge of web hosting platforms, all social media, content management, and SEO. I have worked with Google Analytics and Google Adsense, I also specialize in video production and editing with the use of Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premier. Additionally, I have years of professional and personal writing experience. My personal website, where I got my start, has been an outstanding avenue for opportunity. It has connected me with a diverse and talented network of people. This has allowed me to work on some incredible and successful projects detailed in my experience section. Services I offer include copy/entertainment writing, editing, video editing, social media marketing, event planning and website building/content management.


At doll ink i specialize in editing all types of articals and literature. I also do web editing. I have great quotes and can get thing done in an accurate timely manner.Im

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