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Inkstained Editing
from 8 reviews
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
William W.
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Joy was a pleasure to work with. Not only did she deliver the project early but she also revised many edits until the document was perfect. She offered great suggestions and produces professional work

Georgia Editing Service LLC
from 3 reviews
  • 21 years in business
Matthew M.
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I had a great experience with Georgia Editing Service. I was in a jam with getting my business proposal together and one of the editors, Mrs. Glover, truly helped me. I definitely recommend.

from 2 reviews
    Cecila M.
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    This was undoubtable the best experience I have ever had. We needed someone who could come in and lead a project, create educational material, quickly rewrite, add more content and edit a project. It was done above any expectations! Not using ScribeChord would be a mistake!

    Carpe Reise
    from 1 review
    • 4 years in business
    Calum M.
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    Good writing, delivered quickly.

    • 38 years in business
    Margaret M.
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    I worked with Janet on a variety of free-lance medical education projects, where she was responsible for attending several conferences and summarizing the salient points and preparing an executive summary for the record and possible publication. Janet was (and always has been) very attentive to detail and quick to learn the subject matter, no matter how scientific, esoteric and/or new. She goes the extra mile in researching the topics in order to properly present the information and to cull the important, noteworthy results. Janet has a firm grasp on how to present sometimes difficult-to-understand material and make it accessable to the audience she is writing for. In addition to reporting on the work and research of others, Janet has a very creative and analytic mind and can formulate plans and outline scope of work for projects that has always proved to be right "on target." It would be ideal for Janet to take on a position or project where her writing and analytic skills can be utlized toward the production of a report or project plan. Janet's work ethic and ability to understand job requirements and time lines sets her apart from less experienced professionals.


    If you are looking for a great editor/writer you found the best. I pay great attention to detail, I am organized, and have over 10 years experience editing resumes, essays, and any type of correspondence. I have excellent writing and editing skills. My mother is a college English teacher, so I learned from the best!

    • 5 years in business

    I am a digital content creator with a background in visual journalism and professional writing and editing. Aside from generating copy and visual content, I am highly proficient in social media, photography, marketing, and advertising.


    I do websites, newsletters and resumes that sell! I have over 25 years of PR/marketing experience, so I can write your website pages in a way that speaks to your target customer and provides the keywords that draw search engines to your website. I have excellent typing skills (60 wpm with 98% accuracy), so I can type your documents for you or layout and edit your resume to help you land that job. I do newsletter writing and much more.


    I take care to enhance the writer's voice without detracting from it. My work puts yours in the best light possible.


    "For word thinking" in all of your writing, editing, and content, contact me to discuss your writing needs.


    Based in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, I spent several years as a newspaper reporter. Writing and editing is my passion and I love to help others find just the words they're looking for to put their thoughts down on paper.

    • 13 years in business

    Accuracy is important when working for others. It is necessary that do diligence is given to each customer. Open communication with the customer allows for both.


    I offer editing and proofreading services. I have extensive background in writing with a degree in Journalism. I can get you an A or polish your work.


    I don't claim to be better than others. But I can safely say that I get the job done in as short a time as possible with thoroughness and perfection.

    • 18 years in business

    Because I am an excellent writer, well read, well educated, well traveled and -- just in case a client has culinary needs for a gathering -- an outstanding cook.


    I offer meticulous editing and proofreading work for books, articles, dissertations, and the like at low rates. Essentially, you write--I advise and polish.


    Need an article written or your own piece edited? I can produce for you professional level documents on a variety of topics, from rough copy ideas to polished final print.


    I can provide writing and editing services for your project such as white papers, articles for publication, or proofreading of your original fiction or non-fiction.


    I have experience with typing, remote data entry, writing, proofreading, editing and am willing and able to take on small one piece assignments or long term assignments. I am willing to travel up to 25 miles to meet and discuss the work needed.


    We make you look exceptional! Our editors are perfectionists...and we wouldn't want it any other way.


    I do micro and macro editing such as grammar and punctuation corrections, word selections, sentence restructuring, plot, pacing and character corrections. I also check for clarity, readability, and the flow and rhythm of the manuscript.

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