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    Deanna L.
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    Adrianne helped re-write a beautiful bio piece I was struggling with for one of my business blogs. I appreciated her ability to get what I was trying to convey and then lay it out in words that tied it all together!

    • 15 years in business

    One of few writers today who understands and applies traditional grammar and writing skills. Have been working with COCC students for more than nine years, helping them relearn or learn basic writing skills, mechanics and grammar.


    I create exceptional articles and copy for websites and businesses looking to grow their customer base by improving their web presence.


    I'€™m a versatile writer and editor with decades of publishing experience. I write and edit all kinds of copy for publications, small businesses, corporations, nonprofits and private customers. If you need a copy editor, I’m one of the most exacting freelancers you'™ll find. In addition to deftly repairing flaws in grammar, spelling, punctuation and word usage, I untangle twisted syntax, excise superfluous words, and break up run-on sentences. I make sure every syllable and punctuation mark conforms to your stylebook. I tighten and trim copy to specified word counts. On request, I also fact-check and critique copy. A responsive team player, I can edit your regular newsletters and publications, fill in remotely for someone on leave, or offer a hand in a crisis. I edit for magazines, newspapers, newsletters and all manner of corporate communications. If you'€™re a communications professional for a mental health practice, for-profit corporation or nonprofit advocacy or service organization, I provide a range of services, from writing and editing website copy to sprucing up grant proposals. Maybe you need someone to help you write a blog or a guest opinion, polish a proposed mission statement, finesse a fundraising appeal, or rewrite a contributor'€™s, um, colloquial submission to your in-house publication. Maybe you need someone who can write features for your periodicals or help you come up with clever, attention-grabbing headlines. Consider making me your go-to wordsmith. Just tell me what kind of copy your organization uses and how I might help you produce or refine it. If you run a small business, I'€™ll bet you sometimes wish someone close at hand could turn a phrase. I can write your About page bio and ensure that every word of copy on your website is letter-perfect. You'€™ll be delighted to discover how affordable first-rate writing and editing can be. If you need a friend who writes well, I'€™m right at hand. I write website bios for all sorts of professionals, from artists to lawyers to entrepreneurs. Drawing on years of feature writing experience, I'€™ll interview you and write a colorful, engaging profile that you can display in your office or art fair booth, use on your About page and social networking sites, and present to journalists along with announcements of your projects and appearances. I'€™ll adapt my offerings to your budget.


    I have a M.S. in English/Writing with an emphasis in Book Publishing from PSU. I am interested in editing your book of 300+ pages if you are a previously published author or have a serious manuscript ready in "raw" form. I have experience editing two novels as well as portions of the OSHA Manual. I have three short stories published and feel that I work at a professional level and only desire to work with other professionals. I'm not interested in epic poetry, children's books, or "the story about my grandma". I'm also an experienced proposal writer in response to RFP's. Please let me know if you are needing personal, business, or book editing when you contact me. Thank you for your interest and I look forward to working with you in the future.

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    How do you hire a good grant writer?

    Grants are available to nonprofit organizations, for-profit businesses that qualify for government grants, and individuals who qualify for foundation or government grants. Hiring a good grant writer can help you gain funding in your chosen field. According to the American Grant Writers’ Association, grant writers can help you research potential grant opportunities; write grant proposals, create budgets, and build budget narratives; review written materials before you submit; prepare a business plan; analyze your organization for grant competitive qualities; prepare research grants; help with 501(c)(3) applications for nonprofits; and more. Investing in the right grant writer could result in a financial win for your organization. Generally no licenses or certificates are required to be a good grant writer, but you may want to find a grant writer who has been certified (not just received a certificate of completion) by a reputable organization such as the Grant Professionals Certification Institute. Qualities to look for in a good grant writer include:

    • Proven success writing winning grants, especially in your target area.
    • Strong writing skills.
    • Strong math skills and demonstrated proficiency with budgeting.
    • Careful attention to detail — brilliant grant proposals may be rejected just for formatting errors, so you want someone who follows instructions explicitly.
    • Expertise in your target area.
    • Punctuality and good communication skills.

    How much does a grant writer cost?

    Hiring a grant writer can give you a competitive edge when applying for financial grants for your business or nonprofit organization, or as an individual. The cost to hire a grant writer can vary depending on their academic background, areas of expertise, previous grant writing success and years of experience. According to the Grant Professionals Association, grant writers should be paid hourly or by flat fee. It is unethical for a grant writer to accept a commission or percentage compensation of grant monies received. They can, however, be awarded bonuses in line with the hiring company’s prevailing practices. Here are some examples of average grant writing fees:

    • Hourly rate for grant writers with less experience or fewer grants awarded: $25-$35 per hour.
    • Hourly rate for grant writers with some degree of success: $35-$75 per hour.
    • Hourly rate for grant writers with proven success winning large grants: $75-$150 or more per hour.
    • For a smaller grant, the writer may charge a flat fee of $200-$500 for preparation and submission.  

    Pricing may also vary based on the complexity of the grant application. A federal grant that requires pages of research, budgets and a business plan may take more than 30 hours to prepare. For a high-level grant writer who charges $100 per hour, this means $3,000 or more in grant writing fees.

    Most grant writers will provide you with a total cost estimate before agreeing to the work. You may be required to pay a deposit up front, or the grant writer may work from a retainer. Often, seasoned grant writers pay for themselves in the long run by writing successful grants.

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