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  • 3 years in business
Guen R.
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Jay helped me with my first wordpress website and logo. Thanks again.

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I do prefer to translate from English to Russian, reversible is possible as well. My proofreading is perfect in Russian, also editing of the russian texts including special texts of physics, geophysics, oceanography and literature in general.

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Jennie's Editing Services can offer eight years of writing and editing in a variety of mediums. Look here for blog and magazine articles of varying lengths on almost any topic, website content, marketing white papers, and even novels. Here and willing to help make any written content shine.

  • 11 years in business
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I provide writing, editing and publicity services to a wide range of clients ranging from individuals to businesses large and small. Because I am a sole proprietor and work from a home office, I am able to offer my professional services at prices that are very affordable. My experience includes 25+ years as a staff writer, researcher, copy editor and proofreader. I possess a BA in journalism and an MA in English. Contact me with information about your project. I will respond within 24 hours.

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Transcription, typing, editing, formatting, layout & design for all manner of text. I have used all of these skills over the years from editor in a small publishing company in New York to medical transcription for doctors in Oregon to transcription work for a Hollywood studio. Odds are, if you want it put down in words, in whatever form, I've done it. Great attention to detail. My work is high quality.

  • 43 years in business
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I am thorough and thoughtful when editing your manuscript. I know it is your "baby" because I have babies too.

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I proofread, edit, outline, and write. I have over 12 years of experience and I can offer assistance with research papers, critical essays, internet content, novels, or short stories. I would be happy and honored to help you with your project!

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Reading and musing and contemplating what works or could work better . . . books, papers, news and magazine, resumes, advertizements, anything that needs a looksee.

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Published author in ten countries with an entire series of novels under contract, founder of Alaska Writers Guild, graduate San Francisco State, attended U. of Oregon.

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Editing, writing, coaching, book layout and production are done by a professional publisher with over 20 years' experience.

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Having spent over 30 years as a pastor I've developed excellent written and oral communication skills. I'm attentive to customer needs and enjoy creative collaboration. I can come to you or work via phone and email.

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Experienced corporate pro bringing services to you.

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I am very detail oriented and work until you are satisfied with what is written.

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I am a retired teacher available to edit/write for undergrads or graduate students. I am open to proofing business/company work as well.

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How much does a grant writer cost?

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