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  • 4 years in business
  • 136 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Holly H.
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I had two objectives - to improve my SAT reading score & develop better experience with the essay section.. In just two hours consulting over the phone, Kathy was extremely helpful in achieving both of my goals. She taught me alternative methodical strategies for different types of critical reading passages & questions. She also eliminated my anxiety of getting caught off guard by a strangeEssay prompt by explaining how & why I could prepare my examples ahead of test day, write to the specific structure and still stand out from other good persuasive writers. She even made it fun to recognize the most common grammar mistakes on the test. The resulting positive attitude, clear-mind, and confidence I had on test day definitely improved my score. Thank you Kathy!!

Cast Iron Content
5.0
from 8 reviews
  • 1 year in business
  • 17 hires on Thumbtack
Marina H.
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Just started working together, but excited about the relationship moving forward! Very responsive and experienced writers.

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Leviosa Communication, LLC
5.0
from 8 reviews
  • 1 year in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
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Max S.
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Adrienne is an absolute sweetheart who stole me with her attention to detail and most importantly, RESPONSIVENESS I have been in this space a long time and it's nice to find a Writer who actually listens to detail and takes your thoughts and put them on paper. This is someone I plan to work with for a very long time and I recommend highly to anyone looking Thanks again Adrienne so much for your hard work and GREAT work

  • 23 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Wayne B.
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I’ve worked on fiction writing with Jennifer Whitten for many years and with her input have gone from a complete beginner to a published writer. Jennifer’s an intelligent, incredibly creative person with the uncanny ability to home in on the areas of a piece that would benefit from further work, whether the problem is with language, plot structure, character inconsistency, or a theme that can be deepened, and she is able to do so in a manner that’s always encouraging and inspiring. I’ve never left a session with Jennifer without several new insights and ideas, some of which have been dazzling. I highly recommend her. Sincerely, Wayne Bachner

  • 6 years in business
Nicole G.
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Pauline is a grammar guru! We were putting together a multi-layered proposal for a major client. She corrected our grammar and punctuation errors, as well as content inconsistencies and had great ideas on how to elevate our pitch. Working with Pauline guaranteed that we presented a flawless proposal, her thorough revision and writing technique helped us land the contract.

Travel the Write Way LLC
5.0
from 1 review
  • 30 years in business
Sharon M.
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Linda is an outstanding communicator who has demonstrated her writing skills in many domains including: Business communications--Linda has the ability to take even the most complex business topics and make them clear and understandable for any audience. Employee communications--If you are looking for a creative and business-savvy approach for reaching and engaging employees, Linda has the proven ability to deliver. Ghost writing--Want to say something important but aren't a writer yourself? Linda can help by becoming your voice. Writing services--Linda can edit your existing work or coach you through your own creation process. Teaching--Certified by Amherst Writers and Artists, Linda provides writing workshops for both creative and business writers.

Self-Employed
5.0
from 1 review
  • 19 years in business
Larryray P.
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Rich is a great guy to work with. I have hired him on several projects in the past and he has always returned the assignment well within deadlines and of the highest quality.

Dylan Freni
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    Chris O.
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    Dylan served as a copywriter for Instabill for more than three years, contributing up to four blogs, news items and new pages each week. Each item he submitted was expertly written for our company and for SEO purposes. Dylan is an outstanding writer, and Instabill is a better company because of his contributions.

    Hagan Creative Arts
    5.0
    from 1 review
    • 22 years in business
    • 3 hires on Thumbtack
    About

    I am an award-winning writer, editor, and writing coach with 30 years of publishing experience. Over the years, I've worked with dozens of writers on projects ranging from DVD scripts to complete book projects. Whatever you've written, I can fix it or we can create something entirely new, crafted to meet your goals and reflecting your distinctive voice.

    Words of a Writer
    5.0
    from 1 review
    • 30 years in business
    Michelle K.
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    Michele Schachere is a smart, savvy professional. I am able to hand her projects with little to no direction and the product she delivers back is clean, tight, and on point. She has exceptional attention to detail and sharp wit. I highly recommend her.

    • 4 years in business
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    I am an experienced resume writer and editor, fluent in Spanish translations for clinical and non clinical specialties. I am also available to provide transcription services. All services are turned around within 24 to 48 hours depending on the length of the documents.

    About

    I have been proof reading papers for over 15 years. I have been told by employers that my resume is very impressive, and have been granted interviews just by the employer viewing my resume online. I am also very talented with writing research papers, essays, and memoirs. I am very excited to work with you!

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    I am an experienced writer for all media (print, radio, TV, web-based, social networking, etc.), and I also am an experienced public relations writer and strategist. Non-nonsense: fast, deadline-oriented, cost effective. Twenty-five years of experience.

    • 7 years in business
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    My work shines under customized conditions that working through an agency would not allow. This is due to my close communication with the customer, direct connection with the work, and ability to think about the assignment creatively.

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    I'll proofread or be a copy reader for clients. Also, will provide copy if job suits your needs and my talents. Can write verse and poetry as well as more practical prose.

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    Got a memoir you want written or a novel that needs editing? How about a great idea for a screenplay? If so, I'm your writer! I am a published author of fiction and non-fiction and a managing editor for the magazine, 'Adventures for the Average Woman.' I have also worked for Congressional Quarterly and the Lonely Planet Guide. I have been a ghost writer for people with personal memoirs. I also work in film production and know the industry standards of script writing as well as the ins-and-outs of proper packaging to make the product impress producers. I am also a skilled technical writer, web content developer and editor, and commercial video script writer for any industry.

    About

    NASHUA WRITERS GROUP meets every Wednesday night at 7 PM at Dunkin Donuts, 264 Main Dunstable Road, Nashua, NH 03060. Our group is open to all writers of all genres and levels. We offer consistent, honest feedback on all forms of written work as well as share industry trends and successes on writing and publishing.

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    Freelance writer/editor with more than 17 years experience writing and editing digital content, news articles and full-length books. Ghostwriter of numerous business books and autobiographies, including an Amazon #1 best seller. Experienced journalist for all forms of digital and print media; my clients include Businessweek, Consumer Reports, the NY Post, Men's Health, Sports Illustrated, This Old House, Golf, Bride's, Maxim, Weight Watchers. Extensive experience producing copy and multi-media content for sites both small and large, paying particular attention to SEO. Skills also include writing and producing micro-documentaries and author video profiles. Media trained for network TV, radio, and speaking engagements.

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    I am a good writer and particular with grammar, expression, and vocabulary. I have a teacher's background and am fluent in French and English. I take my time to do my job right and am dedicated to it.

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    I am a dedicated and passionate writer with a skilled vocabulary. I have a keen eye for grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. I edit and proofread, as well as ghostwrite and copyedit. I always complete projects within an agreed-upon deadline. Prices are negotiable. Project are done by deadline.

    About

    Award-winning journalist with two decades of experience writing and editing; I have all but memorized the AP Stylebook. I was named Journalist of the Year by the New England Press Association and also won first place in the news story category about an enterprise story I wrote about the gaming resorts in Connecticut.

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