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Revisions by Rachel, LLC
5.0
from 15 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Charley S.
Verified review

Rachel has been an invaluable asset in improving the readability of my philosophical articles and helped them be connectable to a larger audience. Her editing skills bear an undeniable quality and she performs her craft with an impartial presence. I would recommend her to any writer.

Kimberly Snyder
5.0
from 5 reviews
    Livy J.
    Verified review

    Working with Kimberly was such a joy! Not only was she extremely helpful in fixing grammatical errors and all those silly, mindless mistakes that we make as writers, she was also fabulous about making suggestions, asking questions, and making sure that everything in my story made sense. I asked her to work on a 450 page project and gave her a really short deadline to do so. It amazed me how quickly she worked, and even though her turnover time was really speedy, it was also very high quality! I would absolutely recommend Kimberly to anyone who is looking for a kind, professional, and gifted editor! She's the kind of editor that all writers dream about encountering. I look forward to working with her again in the future! <3

    Release the Writer in You!
    5.0
    from 4 reviews
    • 11 years in business
    • 2 hires on Thumbtack
    Regan U.
    Verified review

    Gina Conroy's Release the Writer in You course is a great beginning writer course for homeschoolers or any aspiring writers. My daughters enjoy the assignments and have learned a lot. I highly recommend it!

    • 17 years in business
    About

    I work with each partner/project on a case-by-case basis. This offers me flexibility and the ability to be creative based on the needs of each partner/project. I believe that presentation is essential to success and communication is critical to its realization.

    About

    I am a free lance writer with passion for writing. I have a full time job as an artist, I use this as a hobby. I'm open to anything from good reviews to much deeper pieces. I love it all.

    About

    I'm a Tulsa-based freelance writer and copy editor. My writing clients include Flea Market Decor, American Farmhouse Style and Make It Organized consumer magazines. My copy editing clients include Stanford Historical Society at Stanford University. I am professional, fast, and always meet my deadlines. To see if we're a good fit, contact me for a free, no-obligation 30 minute consultation.

    About

    We write great sports articles about sports throughout the state of Oklahoma. Would you like us to write a piece about you, an athlete you know or a coach. Contact us and if your request meets our specifications you're article will be featured on our website free of charge.

    About

    I am a Tulsa-based writer willing to help others to write from the heart. I am dedicated to write for others. Many of my friends ask me to edit and to write for them. I will help you write from the heart.

    • 7 years in business
    About

    Because of the quality. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality material at a reasonable price.

    About

    Personalized Compositions for: Civic Events, Testimonials, Retirements, Anniversariy, Warm Up Monologues, Luncheon/Dinner Guest Of Honor Introductions & Speeches; Corporate Biography, CEO Biography, Campaign Ideas/Strategies..most any VIP event. Reports, Memo's, Correspondence. Special Skills...Can compose very easily, in rhyme or free style, serious or humorous, Christian, etc. Most of my requests comes from referrals from past projects and clients.

    About

    I am soon to be a university graduate with a writing degree, so I have all the skills you need for technical, creative, resume, and other forms of quality writing. Send me a proposal, and I'll see how I can work with you to accomplish your goals.

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