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Eastview User Guide Writers

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Andilit
4.8
from 12 reviews
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Eric W.
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Andi is passionate about writing and has a knack for drawing fellow writers together so we can learn from each other. Andi's words of wisdom and encouragement have been a real blessing.

Science Tutoring Trio
4.6
from 11 reviews
  • 12 hires on Thumbtack
Brenda T.
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He met with me on short notice and was able to provide a resume and cover letter quickly. He is an excellent writer!

Ryan Winemiller
5.0
from 9 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Brian M.
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Highly recommend Ryan to anyone who needs to not only polish up their resume, but also to receive valuable advice when making career decisions. Ryan provided excellent tips, hints, and knowledge that I believe will prepare me to have successful interviews. He is a great guide and gave me a perfect explanation of how he adjusted my resume and most of all WHY things were being changed. The insight provided in our Skype meeting was fantastic and exceeded my expectations. If I ever need further suggestions or advice in my career, I wouldn't hesitate to do this all over again. Great experience and again- highly recommend Ryan!

Constance Whitney
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 15 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Cathy B.
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I look forward every month for the Chesterfield Living Magazine to come in the mail--just to read what this writer will say next. Her articles are very informative, have great insight into the topic and are very witty, cleaver and funny. No matter what the topic, you always get something out of the article! One of my favorite articles was when she was trying to tell her grandson she had a boyfriend! Please continue to feature this talented writer in your magazine! What a refreshing change from most articles

Lewes Productions
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Mary Ruffin H.
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David is a thorough researcher and an outstanding writer. I look forward to opportunities to work with him.

Not Your Mama's Writer
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 27 years in business
Richard H.
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Cindi was great! if you need copyediting, proofreading or editing on your project, let Cindi help. She's prompt and professional! A pleasure to work with!

MKD Writer for Hire
5.0
from 3 reviews
    Megan S.
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    I've worked with Kat on several projects and have both enjoyed getting to know her and her ideas for my business! !

    Nicole Lake
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    Jennifer B.
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    I absolutely love working with Nicole, she is an excellent writer and follows instructions well. She also is open to feedback and revisions. She is extremely smart and well-researched so she can tackle any subject matter. I highly recommend her.

    Patrick J.
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    S. Hasselbacher is always my first choice for an editor for grant proposals, conference papers, and other material as part of graduate school in anthropology. She always works quickly and efficiently to offer helpful comments. She is always on time and in fact almost always early! Her valuable comments point out where grammar, word choice, organization, and the overall argument can be improved yet she never makes me feel defensive. People have often been impressed with my grant proposals and conference papers, at times noticing with approval changes she recommended with regards to word choice and organization. She is also helpful with grammatical minutiae and anthropology style guides. I cannot recommend her enough!

    • 9 years in business
    Cathie S.
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    At the very beginning of our working relationship, Jane spent a GREAT deal of time helping me narrow down what the specific and unique focus of my book was, and the time she took to help me with this critical foundational aspect of the whole book was monumentally important. In similar fashion, she devoted a lot of time and expertise toward helping me identify and promote myself as a legitimate author whose voice and authority are valid and necessary. Then throughout the writing and editing stages, Jane engaged herself in the work not only as a copy editor but also as a potential consumer/reader of the book, which pushed me to make the content more coherent and more accessible to the reader. In addition to her knowledge and skills regarding format, style, and grammar, she has a good sense of how to maximize a book's chances of attracting, maintaining, and rewarding its readers. Additionally, throughout the entire project, Jane was just as attentive to what the book meant to ME, the author, as she was to what the book would mean to the reader. Overall, I enjoyed the working relationship that Jane and I had, and she helped me to grow in so many ways.

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    My work is innovative, understandable and delivered on time.

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    I am a sports enthusiast and a talented writer. I hold an extensive amount of knowledge of all sport and look to cover professional, college and high school sports(if the county is close). Please contact me if interested.

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    I am a freelance writer experienced in multiple platforms. I write content, reviews, slogans, proofread and more. I am available for this task as well as both part-time and full-time employment. I am also an experienced server for private parties and events. Thank you

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    Gordon Duncan is an award-winning educator, salesman, teacher, manager, and writer. He has taught in the public school system, lobbied for school's accreditation, managed eye clinics, led sales' teams, and also publishes books on theology, church, and culture. He has been happily married to Amy for over 17 years and is the proud father of 3 wonderful girls. He is a graduate of East Carolina University and Reformed Theological Seminary. He has been an elder in the Presbyterian Church of America (PCA) since 2000 and planted Sovereign King Church in Garner, NC in 2005. In 2013, Gordon will be starting a new church in the Spotsylvania, VA area. The church is called Evident Grace Fellowship.

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    I am a writer by talent, yet for decades, it slowly died in various high-pressure cubicles. I can't go back to that abyss. Dictate the words, and I'll set them to paper, or just tell me what you want conveyed, and I'll smith the words. Oh, I also type like the wind.

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    I'm a published author, ordained minister, Web guru, and illustrator. I offer services, such as technical writing, resume writing, grant writing, business plans, and anything else that involves writing.

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    (1) Proofreading, (2) editing of manuscripts...memoirs, fiction, biographies, and more. Simple proofreading @ $25/hr., editing and assistance w/ rewrites $40/hr.

    • 32 years in business
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    I love words and I love to write. I possess a unique skill set with education and experience to write various business documents: RFI/RFP, user manuals for software/applications, installation manuals, training materials, website content, marketing/sales materials, and more.

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    I am a creative nonfiction writer, skilled in business writing, grammar, and proofreading. I have expertise in web content writing for local businesses, giving a creative flair to make you stand apart from the crowd.

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    As a freelance writer, I provide you with professional quality articles, blogs or blurbs in a timely manner. My expertise is in early childhood development (10 years of experience) and also working with pets on a professional level (over 6 years).

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    As a professional writer, I also have more than 25 years of experience in corporate America. I understand the fundamentals of business management, marketing, and promotion of a business. Combined with a detailed knowledge of healthcare, preventive medicine, healthy living, child development and growth, and related areas, I have the knowledge and experience to produce a comprehensive offering of writing services. I also have a proven track record of success on multiple websites and for private clients. My ability to communicate succinctly and consistently add to my professional abilities to work collaboratively with my clients.

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