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Amy Waeschle
from 11 reviews
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
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Amy is an excellent editor. She was my content editor for a young adult fiction series, and I found her comments enlightening and thought provoking. She is not afraid of criticizing work, but always does so in a positive and constructive manner that ultimately benefits the work. I would love to work with Amy again on future projects. Amy's insights into content editing and character development have undoubtedly made me a better writer.

Writing It Real
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    Ruth F.
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    Sheila Bender is a great writer and a fabulous writing coach. Her Writing It Real site is a boon to writers of all kinds. She has taught writing classes at the International Association for Journal (www.IAJW.org) and has written the Writers' Add-On for LifeJournal journal software, (www.lifejournal.com).

    Paul Goethel
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      Mrs. L. N.
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      Excellent writer, command of English grammar, takes direction well. Imaginative, creative, and on-time with deadlines.


      My blogs are based on good solid content. They are visited by interested people from 26 different countries. I can write attention getting content for you aimed at your core demographic. In addition I am available for a wide variety of ghost writing assignments. Tell me what you need so we can get started today.


      I listen to my clients and try to find out what separates their product or service from others, and what benefits that will have to their potential customers. Then I write something clear, compelling and unique--to make sure your customers know why you're special, too.

      • 21 years in business
      • 4 hires on Thumbtack

      Quality, creativity, responsiveness, experience, reliability, integrity, and price/quality value


      Weddings: I have written a very creative ceremony with many inspirational passages. As a former Lutheran pastor, I completed four years of seminary after four years of college. As a present Interfaith minister, I am open to all faith expressions, but I am also happy to perform a secular service. I have been a resident chaplain at Swedish Medical Center, First Hill Campus, in Seattle, working with people with severe health issues and medical conditions. I have more than forty years experience working with couples and performing ceremonies. I am open to a couple's needs and suggestions. I am flexible, honest to a fault and am very creative. As an author I have many years experience speaking in public and know a in public speaking. Also, as a writer, I have published six books, and was a columnist for United Press International. I have edited other author's books and have published works by more than a dozen authors.


      I'm 34 years old and have been a career digital worker for years now. Clients from across the globe hire me to write their web content for information/content marketing purposes (blogs and web articles). Or, I optimize the web copy on their website's pages (Home, About Us, Our Services, etc.) for more engagement, sales and conversions. Phone is fine but Skype is free and it's what I'm used to. Please don't hesitate to reach out and let me know how I can help you be more successful online. Contact me and the journey begins.


      I am an information technology and business professional with more than 20 years experience. I have proven expertise in instructional design and training, process development and improvement, database design and administration, business and data analysis, SharePoint administration and training, technical and business writing, documenting research and producing recommendations, general office administrative functions, document management and control, web and graphic design, and project management and coordination. I am a proficient liaison and coordinator between technical and non-technical individuals.


      Looking for someone with expertise in education and technology as well as experience in writing curriculum, articles, and other material targeting preK-12 educators? Perhaps you need someone who can teach a variety of classes or workshops to a wide range of audiences. I provide high quality work on-time and at a fair price. Prior to establishing my own consulting firm in 2000, I spent 23 years in preK-12 education as a teacher, site administrator, and technology specialist. This broad range of experience, along with an extensive background in writing and providing professional development enables me to offer a wide variety of services both nationally and internationally. SPECIALTIES: ed tech leadership, mobile devices in education, classroom technology, curriculum development, community education

      • 11 years in business

      As a former niche publisher and an author of eight books, countless newspaper and online opinion columns, academic papers, sermons and advertising copy, I can take on almost any kind of writing project for people who don't have the time, interest or ability to write their own material or do the research. I am also available to coach writers and to read and critique manuscripts. My background also includes: > United Press International columnist (spirituality and religion categories) > Copywriting for more than 70 CD’s (which were produced by my own company) > Publishing other authors (also coaching them on how to write their own books) > Producing scripts for spoken word recordings > Creating more than 1,000 hours of material as a radio commentator and talk show host > Interviewing (among many) Ram Dass, Karen King, Richard Bach & Stanislav Grof Working with the late Earl Nightingale, world-wide syndicated radio commentator & motivational speaker, I recorded and edited his radio scripts and motivational tape series for the Nightingale-Conant Corp. and for world-wide syndication. In the mid-1980's I created a start-up music label which grew in sales from zero to five million dollars annually in eight years. As the nature recordist for Nature Recordings, my environmental sound recordings have been played and sold in hundreds of venues, including: The Smithsonian Institution, The American Museum of Natural History, The Monterey Bay Aquarium, Hallmark giftstores, The San Diego Zoo, Virgin Records (in Europe), Disneyland and Disney World. Three years after I founded the record label, I gradually introduced recordings combining nature sounds and music (World Disc Productions), adding and managing ten recording artists who were signed exclusively with our company. My topical interest in writing is broad. Although the eight books I've written over the past decade fall into the categories of comparative religion and New Testament criticism, my other writing encompasses numerous topics and styles. I particularly enjoy academic subjects. As for newspaper and web opinion columns I've often indulged my passion for writing satire. I'm confident that I can assist you with writing projects, regardless of the subject matter. The skill of creativity and writing is ultimately the most important aspect of a finished product, whether it is research, blog entries, ghostwriting a book, writing a dissertation or developing a memoir.

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