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  • 31 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Sara S.
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Laura is my go-to writer for web content and printed material. She's creative, professional, reliable and very thorough. Laura does her research and asks the right questions in order to write content for any industry, any project.

Lauren W.
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Amanda Medlin did such an amazing job with my resume. Once I graduated college I had created a resume myself. I began applying for jobs, when I noticed that people were not calling me back. I found Amanda Medlin and she completely changed around my resume making it very professional. Well after it was completed I began applying for more jobs. Well guess what? I got a ton of call backs! She truly has a gift and is a very talented resume writer.

  • 7 years in business
  • 8 hires on Thumbtack
Karl M.
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Awesome writer. Quick and efficient.

Ryan Serey
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    Lauren N.
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    I was asked to find a writer/blogger for my company, Acme Bail. We were lucky to find Ryan. He is amazing! He has delivered on every occasion and has grown our social media and blog presence immensely. We couldn't recommend him enough!!

    Sandra Wilkins
    5.0
    from 1 review
      Megan H.
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      Sandra writes blog posts and eBooks for our company and she’s simply a great writer. She can change her writing style to fit any situation. She writes mostly thought-leadership type posts about marketing strategy and analytics. She’s crazy about details and can sometimes be a little intense about using best-practices. But she collaborates well and tries to find middle ground that pleases both parties.

      Think Interactive
      5.0
      from 1 review
      • 20 years in business
      • 2 hires on Thumbtack
      Antuan R.
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      I'm very glad I used Noel for my editing project. This was my first book and Noel was very patient with me. His editing style and feedback helped me grow as a writer. I would definitely recommend Noel and use him again.

      Lauren Ratcliffe
      5.0
      from 1 review
        Austin S.
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        Lauren Ratcliffe is a true professional. She is not only cheerful and an overall lovely person but she gets the job done right and without complaint. She is an excellent writer and her excellent press releases have been indispensable to me and my career. I highly recommend her.

        About

        I am a North Carolina-based freelance writer and editor. I hope that I get the opportunity to write for you!

        About

        As a freelance writer, I am hired to travel and write for or with others. Services include coaching, inspiring and encouraging new writers in their personal writing, from page one through publication.

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        Consultant. .... resume building , Research papers business referrals personal Appearance Agreements.

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        I am a freelance web content writer. I provide services in the areas of creative writing for all ages; essays, reading, reading comprehension for students, and editing for reports and manuscripts.

        About

        Educated by Kent State University, with a Master's degree from Winthrop University, I have been a writer/editor for more than 30 years. With clients such as The Charlotte Observer, National Real Estate Investor, and The Cleveland Plain Dealer, as well as Charlotte Parent, I have also taught Creative Writing and been a yearbook adviser. I am available to edit, write or teach. I'm excited to get started My work can be read online under Lynn Wolf and/or Lynn Dulcie and Lynn Wolf Dulcie. Thank you!

        • 7 years in business
        • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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        I am experienced and am comfortable working with material on many different subjects. I've written about drag racing, gorillas, hot air balloon manufacturers, conductors, celebrities and commercial vehicle leasing. Some of my greatest strengths are my creativity, my ability to envision the big picture and persevering to make it happen.

        About

        Voice over talent for 25 years, have done many local and national spots. I'm a radio imager as well, (the voice inbetween the jocks) across the country for multiple formats. Above all else, I'm a writer. Blogs, spots, imaging, shows, books. I have a best selling book called, "Is This Thing ON?" Also on the air for 25 years in NYC as a jock, now on the air at K104.7. I've been doing morning drive for the past 4 months, as they regroup, and will begin middays April 4th! I believe in building relationships with clients, where the big bucks are always nice, but they can be made over a long period of time because of continuous work built on trust and quality. Point being, just because I'm a NYC voice talent, doesn't mean I won't work within your budget.

        About

        Grammar Chic, Inc. is a full service literary consultancy designed to help you from start to finish. Whether you need assistance in creating and improving written English-language documents or if you need support with editing and rewriting services, we aim to help our clients get the upper hand when presenting written communications. We help students and members of the academic world, businesses and organizations, the writing community, and individuals regardless of geography. We add value to your message, whether through our expert proofreading and copyediting services or through assistance with customizable writing, rewriting and article marketing services. In addition, depending upon your goals we will work to assist you with the publishing process through our agency and consulting services.

        About

        I'm a freelance and professional writer, editor, and speaker for topics, such as homeschooling, organizing, writing, study skills, and encouragement. I'm a veteran organizer and homeschool consultant. Personal, phone, email, and video consultations are available, as well as reasonable rates.

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        I am a writer and calligrapher with more than 30 years' experience working freelance with customers. Give me your project, tell me what you're looking for, and I'll work with you to give you the results you want at a reasonable price. If you need content written--a note, a poem, even a marriage proposal!--I can do that for you, too. Let's talk about your next project!

        About

        After several years working in non-profit communications and administration, I recently began my freelance writing career. I provide my clients with creative and effective messaging for marketing collateral, public relations materials, and digital content. Previous employers and clients have praised me for my calm attitude, listening skills, and attention to detail. These characteristics make me suitable for projects where I can efficiently research and write about a variety of topics. As a full-time freelancer with honed communication expertise, I am able to work closely with you to meet your company or organization�s needs. I strive to respond to my clients in a timely manner to give updates and edits on my work as needed.

        • 28 years in business
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        I am a wordsmith who excels in descriptive word pictures. It really helps me deliver exactly what you want if you tell me about the targeted readership - then I know what writing voice is the best match for the assignment.

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        I am wanting to get paid for my writngs I try to inspire others. I like to get at least 1 book published in my life.

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        Can write any kind og copy - from legal briefs to personalized poetry to powerpoint presentations to executvie summaries. Will easily adapt to your "voice" with quick trunaround and limited supervision.

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