Articles and Blogs
Whether it’s a blog, a news article or a newsletter, all jobs are customized to meet your project needs and specifications. It doesn’t matter whether you need a serious tone or a casual one. We can make the transition with ease and capture your business’ voice. We work, on both a freelance and contractual basis, with a wide variety of clients including small-business owners, Realtors, blogs, people for whom English is a second language, and online media.
Increasingly, businesses, nonprofits and other organizations are using eBooks as the latest weapon in their content marketing strategies. An eBook provides readers with valuable content that can be used to establish your expertise, entice people to join your mailing list or simply provide useful information. Hiring a freelance writer ensures your eBook is clear and grammatically correct. We offer ghostwriting and co-writing services.
Proofreading and Copy Editing
Copy editing ensures existing copy flows smoothly by checking text for errors that hamper its readability. These errors include grammar, spelling, punctuation, clarity, flow, wordiness, inconsistency and inaccuracy. Proofreading is the final step in the editing process. It is done before publication to ensure a typo doesn’t ruin your document, website or manuscript.
Clear communication is the cornerstone of any business. It's needed to communicate with both customers and staff. Text that isn't written well can confuse readers and should be rewritten for clarity. This service is ideal for those for whom English is a second language and professionals who are experts in their fields but not strong writers.
Manuscript formatting is necessary to ensure your manuscript won’t be rejected when you submit it to online retailers. It also creates a manuscript that is more polished and professional. Hiring someone else to format your manuscript saves you both time and frustration.
Editorial critiques help authors improve their writing skills. Critiques examine a book or manuscript, focusing on themes, symbolism, character development, flow, plot holes, and the like. Book reviews tend to focus more on a reader’s opinion. We write a combination of both.