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Zend Tutor
5.0
from 18 reviews
  • 17 years in business
  • 25 hires on Thumbtack
Randy M.
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If your looking for a professional who is patient, thorough, and detailed oriented, Zend is your man. I couldn't have been happier with the outcome of my resume. If you seek the services of a professional writer, look no further. Exceptional service!

Prose and Polish Editing
4.8
from 11 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
Marnie W.
Verified review

I am a well-known writer -- books, articles, tv, film. I am working with Toni and she's the very very best. High-end pro, brilliant, calm, quirky, logical. I have never been happier with an editor, and I've had hundreds. 100 stars as SHE is a star!

TI-Consulting
4.8
from 5 reviews
    Lisa C.
    Verified review

    Many dream of making a living doing what they love. But if you're a creative entrepreneur, health and wellness professional, educator, coach or all-around creative soul, turning our vision into a viable business plan can feel like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. The very thought of writing a business plan can be unpleasant and formidable. Fortunately, there are people like Tyson with a passion and greater understanding of business who can help with step-by-step instructions to guide you through the pieces of building your business plan; which includes nailing down plans for funding, marketing, networking and long-term strategy.

    The Unwrapper LLC
    5.0
    from 4 reviews
    • 25 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    Warren W.
    Verified review

    Heather is the best for writing and interviews. On camera and off, she brings experience and professionalism to all she does and gives so much more than expected. Fun to work with. She relieves your worries because thing WILL get done.

    Giantleap Industries
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
      Ezra P.
      Verified review

      Adam is a phenomenal writer and a team player. He has been writing and acting for many years, and it shows in his work. He is an amazing comedy writer, and a copywriter as well. I trust him with our biggest clients. He is a great communicator, too, and presents very well. I wouldn't turn anywhere else for a writer.

      Michele Edwards
      5.0
      from 2 reviews
      • 3 years in business
      • 1 hire on Thumbtack
      Shabazz G.
      Verified review

      Michele is a very awesome writer, She help me put together a whole short business plan for a company I am working on. She did it in a timely fashion, she got the job finished and it put a smile on my face when I read the business plan.

      Dawn Hanson
      5.0
      from 2 reviews
        Nicholette P.
        Verified review

        As a reader of Dawn's works, I am completely confident and in awe of her skills. She is not only an amazing editor with unbelievable attention to detail, but also a fantastic writer whose work engages the reader from the first paragraph and continues to impress until the end.

        • 1 hire on Thumbtack
        Lorraine G.
        Verified review

        Denise helped coach me in writing my soon-to-be-released book "Loyaltyze Your Organization - How Top Houston Companies Do It" She is an excellent coach in that she challenges the author to rethink, rewrite and stay true to the original strategy of your book. I feel I am a much better writer today as a result of my having worked with Denise.

        Services by Natalie
        4.0
        from 1 review
          Henry F.
          Verified review

          I hired Natalie to edit a personal statement for me. She did a very good job. Natalie was professional and on time. I would use her services again and would recommend her for any editing that someone may need.

          About

          As a freelance writer and editor, I have experience with many genres and styles of writing, from journalism to fiction to non-fiction. I am also able to ghostwrite books, review books/products, and do sponsored posts.

          • 11 years in business
          About

          I am a very dedicated and dependable writer and editor. I write various categories such as, article writing, copywriting, content writing, creative writing, e-books and blogs, Report writing, medical writing, editing and proofreading and Resumes and cover letters. I have been freelance writing for over 7 years and I also write headline news for two reputable news papers. One of my main objectives is to make sure the client is more than satisfied with the finished material. Feel free to ask for an estimate because I still like to compete with competitor prices.

          About

          I create resumes and cover letters that advertise and land you an interview that strongly demonstrate to your prospective employers that you have the ability to make or save them money.

          About

          I am a professional ghostwriter.

          About

          I can write resumes, editorials, cover letters, job reviews, and also tutor in reading and writing. Masters Degree in Education, and 9 years of teaching experience.

          About

          My work stands out for a number of reasons. Most importantly is the diversity of my portfolio - what all I do and how I do it. I write and edit pieces for print and web, and have been published in various magazines. I have been asked to write for a number of different audiences, as well. Being able to understand the difference between them and then write in a manner that appeals to them is a skill that is often overlooked by most writers and editors. How often have you opened an instruction booklet, in order to help you put something together, only to discover that you couldn't understand a word of what the writer was trying to convey?

          About

          With my editing/writing skills, I would like to correct grammatical errors and enhance the literature. So, the final manuscript will be in ideal format and in-line with author’s vision. The author can feel confident and pleased, to publish the edited literature. Also, the reader will enjoy the enhanced reading material. Through my creative ideas and titles, I wish to help an author create reading material worthy to publish. I can write in html for web content.

          About

          I have been contracted to write custom anniversary poems, invitations, greeting cards. I will take your words and transform them into creative, individual or event-focused poetry.

          • 17 years in business
          About

          I am an experienced marketer and established writer who develops and edits feature articles, reports and book-length content, as well as provides and executes marketing strategies and materials.

          About

          Short stories, columnist, resumes, editing, songs, poems, speeches, resolutions, business letters, invitations, request letters, response letters, thank you letters, accept or decline letters, introduction of new business or products letter, etc.

          About

          I have no professional experience but have always been a good writer. I have always written private poetry to include "written word" and music lyrics. Very interested in free lance writing on diverse topics.

          • 5 years in business
          About

          One of the greatest challenges with marketing is that everyone has some bit of familiarity with marketing and, as a result, a lot of people believe that marketing "looks easy". In deed, with desktop publishing, social media access and website templates -- just about anyone CAN publish some form marketing messaging. However, successfully marketing your business requires both strategy, technique and talent. You need to put your best foot forward and communicate concisely with your audience to successfully motivate them to interact and utilize your products and services. That is where I come in.

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