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Bangor Copy Editors

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Obrianna C.
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Danielle Hines is a talented writer. As a professional myself, I value the writing advice and editing she has given me in the past. From helping me to write more distinctly, to finding my voice, to removing punctuation errors, I trust her judgement and ability. I have also had the opportunity to read some of her work and I have found it delightful and moving. I highly recommend her for any of your writing needs!

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Jennifer T.
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Editor working on project. Aware will take time. Looking for completion in spring


I do editing - fast and inexpensive. I will do the first chapter for free. E-mail me and we can work out something


I edit, write and write and write; type and think and do it right. Poetic prose and such for those who think but can't too well compose.

  • 4 years in business

I take care of the writing to make sure it is exactly what the client wants. I am proficient to meet all deadlines. I really love to write, so what I write shines above the rest. These are just some of the tests and the scores I got on these working sites that I belong to. Elance--People Per Hour--Thumbtack Email Etiquette Certification 4.00 out of 5. Office Skills Test 3.75 out of 5 Online Article Writing and Blogging Test (U.S. Version) 3.75 out of 5 Internet Marketing Test 3.60 out of 5 Social Media Marketing Test 3.50 out of 5. Copy-Writing 100% E-Mail Marketing 463 out of 699 Search Engine Optimization (SEO) 474 out of 699


My team and I quickly and efficiently proofread your works for you. I have a great team together to give you the service you need in as timely a manner as possible.


I have been editing since I was in first grade and correcting the teacher's errors. I want to edit; I want to help others. I do not charge outrageous prices-staring at under $500 for complete edits.

  • 18 years in business

No one does what I do. Because there not Blind and I am Born that way.

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