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Monica Lamb // MerchMax
from 55 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 82 hires on Thumbtack
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Yue W.
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Monica helped me a lot with my master thesis, the grammar, the format, etc. She helped with the whole process of my thesis writing so that my work can be accepted by the university quickly. I would recommend her to anyone whom I know need help with their paper writing.

  • 22 years in business
  • 44 hires on Thumbtack
Nicolette W.
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Victoria was AMAZING! She has such a fun personality and is really easy to get along with. If you're having any sort of issues with your resume, or want to switch career paths, she is the perfect person to help you. She has some serious creative writing skills and can take a bad resume and turn it into an amazing one in no time at all. Highly recommend!

  • 8 hires on Thumbtack
Ricardo F.
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Chhavi is an excellent teacher, first she understands your needs, and really focuses her effort to help you. I really recommend her.

  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Ashley S.
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Laura helped me with an essay I was writing for admission into the nursing program at UW Parkside. She was very quick with her responses back to me and had a lot of wonderful feedback to help me better my essay. I really appreciate the time she took to help me.

Arlene Miles
from 5 reviews
  • 30 years in business
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack
Anthony H.
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Great writer and easy to work with. Arlene also takes the worry away from me when it comes to providing content I have scheduled. It just 'magically' arrive on time. Highly recommended.

  • 7 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Joanna G.
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Stephanie was great to work with! Not only was she so quick to turn around the eBook I had her create, but it looked amazing. I can't wait to have her start writing content for my website next.

  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Lin L.
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This was his first writing job, & he was very good about working with what I wanted, and making changes where necessary.

Becker Productions
from 1 review
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Valerie W.
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6/8/17. I would highly recommend Becker Productions, I have had a really good experiance with their company, they are effeceint, and have brought a more professional image to my Manuscript, "The prince of Washington County" coming out in July 17. I am delighted with their work. and would enjoy working with them again.

Shannon Blameuser
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    Jermara H.
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    Overall I had the best experience in writing with the help of Shannon. Everytime I submitted a paper to be edited Shannon would provide great feedback, with details and suggestions. Most importantly once I submitted my papers she was also able to respond quickly with any questions or concerns. She's extremely passionate about her work and very professional. She's able critique any paper and any topic!


    I understand what a client seeks. A resume is not just a piece of paper with your history and contact information, it actually represents you as a person.

    • 24 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack

    I'm fun to work with and enjoy the creative process. I deliver what my clients want and need. And my fees are reasonable.


    I will write resumes and cover letters and provide also a post interview thank you letter template for your use. My main area of expertise is with healthcare positions and/or entry level positions. I will also write stories, articles, talks, papers, etc... My only request is that you have a clear and concise topic or main idea that you can communicate to me. I am also available for light pre-interview and job hunt coaching. Again this is for healthcare based jobs and/or entry level positions. Writing is simply a gift I have been given. I'm not saying I could pen a novel or anything. I just have the ability to express things clearly and quickly on paper in the context desired. So, unless it's a novel, your writing needs are safe with me. Finally, I am also available for any type of skills tutoring that you might need in the field of Registered Nursing. Has that last drip rate calculation test thrown you for a loop? D/H x Q = A, Yes? No one to practice your IV or injection skills on? Not sure which end is up on a catheter? I can help! As long as you can bring the equipment from your school lab or job, we can practice until you are comfortable with whatever skill you need help with. (Obviously with skills such as catheter insertion, we will be pretending. However, with some skills I can get you actual "live" time). I also have several tricks to make studying very effective and much easier. And, a list of test taking tactics to share as well. I have been an RN for 18 years. I have worked in areas such as Labor and Delivery, Phlebology and Acute Alcohol and Drug Detox. These are all "skills intensive" specialties. Therefore, my nursing skills are well up to date.


    Custom written articles, poems, and (German-English) translations. Please allow me the opportunity to create something special. Customer satisfaction guaranteed.


    I provide writing and editing for customers in a plethora of fields, ranging from English literature to science. I hold a BA degree in English: literature and have exceptional written and verbal skills.


    It's my love of the English language. I won't even let you split am infinitive. "To boldly go" has always bothered me.


    Writing; creative, essay, content, copywriting. Interests in Politics, Religion, Environmental, History


    Provide expert writing and copy editing services. Based in Chicago area but can work remotely. No job too small!


    Former publishing professional who loves working with words. Services include: editing, writing, proofreading manuscripts, magazines and marketing copy for print and web. For a number of years I worked at a midsized publishing company as an editor and writer before striking out on my own. During that time I wrote and edited hundreds of magazine articles and marketing copy, co-wrote and edited two coffee table books, and edited one children's book and a number of medical publications. I'll treat you and your special project with the care and respect only a lover of words and good writing can do.


    Marquette University journalism student providing writing services of all types. Seven years of experience in editing, writing, sports and news coverage, public relations and marketing.


    I offer tutoring and writing services. I provide tutoring services for reading, writing, and Spanish as well as writing services such as ghostwriting of books and articles.


    I will provide editing services for whatever project you are working on. I will write in a variety of styles to fit your needs.

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