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Marti Dryk, Ph.D.
4.7
from 142 reviews
  • 21 years in business
  • 304 hires on Thumbtack
Michael M.
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Dr. Dryk is great to work with! Pure brilliance when it comes to editing and sedning feedback. Working with her has been a joy. After a phone call with her I knew she would be the perfect person to edit my book. She exceeded all my expectations. I recommend using Dr. Dryk. Professional and friendly!

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Petrena Wilbur Enterprises
4.9
from 12 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 20 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Natalie G.
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Petrena was really prompt at her response and even offered additional tips beyond editing...This was stellar work in my book! Thanks Petrena

  • 35 years in business
  • 8 hires on Thumbtack
Lilja M.
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Frank is an energetic and dedicated tutor who is passionate about helping his students. He takes his time with each student and really connects with them. He closely examines writing/English assignments and helps students become better writers by offering knowledge, thorough explanations, and a fresh perspective. My papers and writing assignments improved vastly after visiting with Frank. He was especially helpful when I was working on my UT application and essays and was even there when I got accepted!

  • 3 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
William G.
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Nick Courtright is a name you should know as a tutor, consultant, editor and supporter. I have a "long poem" that needed someone to help me get my arms around it, and Nick did, by understanding and taking the big picture view. Upon completing it I have returned to Nick for guidance as to self-publishing or submitting to publishers. He is knowledgeable, to say nothing of the important attributes of being an excellent poet, articulate, scholarly. I plan to have Nick's help in assembling poems to submit for publication, for editing, selecting and market analysis. He knows more than I do, and I benefit from that. Bill

  • 18 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Troy P.
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Dave Dix writes. He writes and he writes and he writes. He listens and he writes some more. When he is done you find yourself amazed at how he says the things you meant to say but clearer than you could have ever said them and more powerfully than you could imagine saying them. I used to think I was a writer until I hired Dave and he showed me what a true professional can do. I highly recommend Dave Dix he works hard and sweats value out of every pore.

The Offbeat Writer
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Alexsys T.
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Liv is a trusted partner for Trybal Performance. She has been successful in helping us develop our online presence and curriculum offerings we have for our clients. If you have the opportunity partner with Liv, you show grab it!

Mrs. Gudgel's Tutoring
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Carly P.
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Danielle is responsible, intelligent, thoughtful, and always seeking ways for her students to reach their full potential. She cares so much for the whole person-it's not only about learning the content, but about learning more about life through the content. I would send any student to her in a heartbeat knowing they are in great hands.

Morgan Robinson
5.0
from 2 reviews
    Remy S.
    Verified review

    Morgan is excellent! She's helped me edit a number of essays, and has a great eye for organization and coherence. She also returned notes to me in a very timely manner. She's a pleasure to work with, and far more concise in her feedback than other editors I've encountered. Additionally, Morgan's social media abilities are exemplary, and something I plan to take advantage of in the nearby future.

    Thomas White
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
    • 6 years in business
    Trevor B.
    Verified review

    Thomas is awesome. He is an excellent writer, is professional, and is thoughtful about his work. I chose to work with him for his deep experience in education and storytelling, and his work was exactly what I hoped for.

    Andreina Byrne
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
    • 13 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    Richard B.
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    Andreina saved me from a last minute fire with a multiple part series we needed on our site. We had a writer back out but she came in and saved us. She wasn’t initially familiar with the content we sell, but she was fast and eager to figure it out. Looking forward to working together again soon.

    Chase Erwin
    5.0
    from 1 review
      Josh Y.
      Verified review

      Chase was a writer for two years on a game show production I produced. He couldn't have done a more fabulous job.

      About

      A content savant, Carolina has over 6 years of digital marketing experience and specializes in content strategy. Mobile apps, websites, landing pages and blogs -- no avenue is too challenging or too insignificant. Her goal is to make you happy and deliver your intended message. Guess what? She works well with others (developers, other writers, project managers, etc.)! Her expertise runs the gamut. She has produced compelling content for international brands -- Royal Caribbean, Carnival Cruise Line, Costa Cruise Line, as well as local Austin start-ups and nonprofits. Specialties are as follows: * Writing * Digital Content Production and Management * Search Engine Optimization * Social Media Strategy * Advertising

      About

      I provide help regarding writing, editing, resume writing, and transcription. I also provide services to translate to and from English and Hindi.

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      I offer resumes that are customized to your industry and goals, not a cookie-cutter format. If you are in IT, I have over twenty years of experience with IT resumes at all levels. Interview coaching is also available. Check out my website to see names of the top level companies that responded to resumes I crafted. LinkedIn also provides testimonials, and my blog, A Penny's Worth, offers more testimonials, FAQs, and tips, as well as service options to consider when planning your assault on the job market. In addition, I love to mentor writers, critique memoirs, write website, ad, and blog copy, as well as guide individuals and small businesses through the basics of branding and getting started on social media. I wrote the chapter about social media for writers in a book published recently. Editing, proofreading, and academic review services are also available. I am proud to say that I've accomplished a lot during my writing career. I'm an award-winning poet, published writer, and author, who also has a solid corporate background. Let me write it right!

      • 5 years in business
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      30 years experienced, retired English teacher, administrator,and adjunct English professor. I know how to help students become successful in reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary development.

      About

      I provide a wide range of creative content services, including writing for web, case studies, white papers, ebooks, blogs, videos, newsletters, and more. If you need me to handle the design, production, or execution of your project, I can also manage a team of outside designers or video professionals to take the project completely off your hands. I have a strong background in writing and management for marketing and PR. I'm self-sufficient and quick to learn new products and services. I'm here to make your life easier. Let me know how I can help!

      • 2 hires on Thumbtack
      About

      Paul Sweeney is a veteran, award-winning journalist with special expertise in business, banking and financial services. A graduate of the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Sweeney has written for top national publications, including The New York Times, Business Week, Institutional Investor, Inc. Magazine and The Boston Globe. Sweeney, moreover, has published articles on a wide range of subjects: consumer, labor, occupational safety and health and the environment; national and international politics; investigative journalism and white-collar crime; and in-depth personality profiles. Sweeney has also worked full-time at daily newspapers as a general assignment reporter and business writer in Texas and Florida.

      • 4 years in business
      About

      I believe that my work will stand out differently from others who do what I do because I will take the time to interview and research my client and the topic; and regard their personal requests and will work diligently to serve them.

      About

      Content writer editor social media blogs email marketing newsletters biographies feature articles I am an outgoing, vibrant person with the desire and skills to make words make a difference. I have a natural knack for putting unexpected words in expected places. I write for the reader, keeping SEO in mind. Communication is key.

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      I have years of cross-sector experience -- private companies, nonprofits, government organizations.

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