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Maggie Elizabeth Writes
5.0
from 4 reviews
    Lee R.
    Verified review

    Maggie writes and edits for my blog Wekudo and she's not only a great writer, editor but also a pleasure to work with.

    Christopher C.
    Verified review

    Britt helped me construct superb representation when it comes to me and my music career. She can easily fit, and mold, you and your intentions into a easy to use and managable website. Creating an impressive reflection of your self and your passion

    The Village Wordsmith
    5.0
    from 4 reviews
    • 30 years in business
    • 6 hires on Thumbtack
    Amanda G.
    Verified review

    I needed someone to help me write a blog post so I went to Thumbtack for help. I chose Ted because of his background and his eagerness to write something for me! Ted got back to every e-mail, phone call, text immediately. He and I talked over the phone for well over an hour about the project and life in general. He is really easy to talk to and a great listener. Once he had everything he needed to write the blog post he spent just a couple of days with it before sending the first draft to me. I asked for a couple edits to the writing and then he sent it back with those and more. His writing made me feel like he captured everything I needed. Very descriptive and captivating where the reader feels like they are in the space he is describing. I would work with Ted again in the future.

    Tina Morlock
    5.0
    from 4 reviews
      Ryan S.
      Verified review

      Tina is that rare object... Thorough, precise, accurate, and experienced. She doesn't cut corners. She delivers timely results for the modern writer while adhering to an old-fashioned code of ethics often eschewed or unknown in our 21st-century world.

      Shari B.
      Verified review

      My first purchase from Creating Concepts was the Oklahoma Pastry Cloth. I received a personal demonstration from the inventor and I love the product! I use my pastry cloth for pizza dough, while kneading bread, and rolling out biscuits. I have been so pleased with this company that I've gone on to purchase wonderful spices, bake ware, and my favorite...a large sifter (which was about $35 cheaper than the competition). Delivery is super fast. I have appreciated finding little "surprises" each time my order arrives, such as a handwritten thank you note or a small free sample! This tells me that my business is appreciated. PS: I make it a point to check out the Oklahoma Pastry Cloth blog several times a week for outstanding recipes and country humor. Visiting this blog is like living two doors down from a neighbor lady who knows how to do just about anything (like canning apple pie filling, dehydrating onions, salt curing a ham, making homemade scones, etc.) The step-by-step pictures guide me through each new skill I undertake. Imagine baking good bread on the first try! This is a company with which I enjoy doing business!

      Wicked Ink
      4.5
      from 2 reviews
      • 4 years in business
      William K.
      Verified review

      Angela Minton is a talented writer and a knowledgeable and experienced editor. Her assistance on my book improved it beyond all my expectations and really brought out the best in it. She is just as capable and professional on other types of projects. No matter what writing project you might need help and guidance with, she can handle it.

      About

      It is never really about knowing what to say. Most people can figure out what needs to be said. A great writer knows how to say it in a way that engages their audience, and makes them want to read more. Not only that, but my work in marketing and running my own businesses makes me an ideal partner for creating business content.

      Attila Gyula Balazs
      5.0
      from 1 review
      • 8 years in business
      Blake B.
      Verified review

      Attila is a dedicated production artist. He can plan, shoot, edit, and guide you through the production process at every step of the way.

      About

      I am an academic and creative writer who can provide writing services, as well as tutoring. Reading tutoring is also available.

      • 4 years in business
      About

      I understand the small difference between words. I also have a very thorough understanding of "buzz words." I am also VERY affordable! :)

      About

      Long story short: I do design. The usual stuff: logos, brands, books, labels, brochures, ads, packaging, web sites, matchbook covers, etc. I also write. The usual stuff: ads, brochures, scripts, tweets, blogs, emails, letters home, expense reports, etc. I also think strategically, tactically and obsessively about all of the above. Thanks for your consideration.

      About

      I'm just starting as paid writer, proofreader, and language assistant. I have a bachelor's degree in journalism and master's degree in education. I have taught Hispanic for 12 years and how to read from scratch using my own method. I have been a newspaper editor/reporter, PR writer, creative writer (sold interview with an alligator and have written poetry), and proofreader in three paid jobs.

      About

      I work on assignments, essays, quizzes, tests, etc. for my clients. Usually, I accept money after work has been done. I have a track record of satisfying many customers and help them get an 'A' in their classes.

      About

      Do you need words? I got some stashed in a big pile out back. With figurative needle and thread, I will string a bunch of them up as decoration for hanging almost anywhere. I am currently working on my own book and some plays, but have nothing published to show you. Being cheap means some folks will hire me anyway. I won't promise to do anything that I don't know I can do before I commit.

      About

      Experienced writer and editor of both fiction and non-fiction for creative, academic, and journalistic works, Gwynne Villegas, offers her excellent command of diction, syntax, and her mastery use of writing, researching, and analytical skills. Her expertise is creative writing and poetry but is open to writing for various topics and styles. Her degree in English offers a wide variety of skills and writing techniques that are useful in any setting or context. Still in her twenties, Gwynne is an opportunistic writer whose writing style blends classical techniques with a fun, cutting-edge approach.

      About

      My work sells. With over one million words published for clients, it has increased traffic, created conversations, sold downloads and increased sales for clients.

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