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  • 13 years in business
Melissa G.
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"Sharon is a writer who produces clean, informative, entertaining copy, and an editor who expects nothing less than the same. As someone who has had the pleasure of working with Sharon for more than twelve years, I know: she is one of the true professionals in the industry." Melissa Gorzelanczyk Young Adult Author of ARROWS, Penguin Random House

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Certified in Technical Writing and Editing, I have six years of experience in Business Requirements Analysis, Data Modeling, and Data Standardization. I have written lengthy corporate deliverables citing business specifications. I have written Instruction Manuals, Style Guides, Recommendations, and Proposals. I have an affinity for grammar, spelling, formatting, and consistency. I can make any document look professional!

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We provide a no-cost consultative appointment that thoroughly analyzes what our clients current situation is, and then find out where they would like to be. We also track and monitor our clients online marketing campaigns, and provide a monthly report on each marketing or web site design project.

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I've 18 years of professional experience as a writer, editor, proofreader, layout artist and print project manager. In that time I've created or reviewed literally thousands of pages of copy for magazines, flyers, professional journals, books, web sites, catalogs, newsletters, brochures, press releases, direct mail pieces, advertisements and more. I have a BA degree in English, and I'm an avid and lifelong reader and professional appreciator of other people's writing, which means I really love what I do! I am hoping that you will contact me with your next project.

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I am a seasoned writer and editor and have been doing transcription work while compiling short stories for an anthology that is soon to be released. I have the ability to see the whole picture and thoroughly enjoy assisting others to complete their projects. While each project is different, I have not yet missed a deadline and have good report with my clients by helping them expedite their goals. I love working with words, and I love making words work. They are the stepping stones to the next moment and the future. They help us shine therefore, we are more productive and inspiring. I look forward to assisting you with your future. Talk to you soon. I am currently finishing my website. It will be launching very soon.

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I have 25 years of experience in prepress and graphic design in the print industry, ranging from design to color separations to proofreading, as well as recent experience in web design at FVTC. I am also a freelance writer and publisher in the comic book industry, with knowledge of all aspects of print production in that field.

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Jen Neuser - Freelance Writer is currently completing a degree program in Applied Linguistics and Sociology.

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Experienced writer in every medium including print, audio, video, DVD, web and social media. Savvy writer who can do any style including humor. Thirty plus years of experience means I'm pretty good at this! Professional voice talent for your voice over needs. i am writing in any medium with 30 yrs. experience.

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