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    Marie H.
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    Gretchen has written copy for several sites that I have designed as well as blogs and social media posts. She understands the importance of SEO and writes the copy accordingly. Gretchen is great to work with and pays close attention to the clients needs. She is definitely my go-to person for copy.


    I'm a recent graduate with a B.A. in creative writing, and I am looking for jobs helping people with their editing needs, both creative or technical.


    I have a Bachelor's degree in communications with a special emphasis in technical writing, and I will put that degree to work for you.

    • 4 years in business

    My quilts are untraditional. My poetry free.


    Outstanding professional writing, editing, and proofreading services that will enhance your projects and organization.


    I am a published poet author currently working on my second book of poetry. I am a former teacher, copy editor, Lauback Tutor, and teacher of music. Before retiring I also had my own secretarial service.


    Do a little of everything related to writing--resumes, editing, writing, and so on to help make your work worth doing. "If it's worth writing it ought to be Word Wrought."


    Freelance editing, proofreading, writing critique, BA in English, minor in Communications, professional teaching certificate, Master in Education


    Currently Experienced full time editor for a scholarly journal nearing retirement and looking for additional freelance work in proof reading, copy editing, indexing or substantive editing.


    I edit anything written (article, reports, e- mail,etc) by nature. I have worked in the technology industry for 28 years. I have written more than 50 internal reports, which all where edited by me. I have edited other peoples reports by request. I have edited all my 24 filed patents. I am also published in magazines and have a thesis. I am an avid reader. I have found at least one mistake in every book that I have read. I edit everything I read naturally. I am annoying to others, so now I keep my edits to my self. I would love for someone to make something useful of my edits.


    I edit English all manner of books, transcripts, legal papers, ext. So you can make that good impression.

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