I am happy to announce that anyone can ask for my help with writing and editing!
I’ve listed my various services and a test run of prices, compiled from online research and a lifetime of experience tweaking people’s words. These prices may be set in stone one day, but for now, I’m willing to negotiate depending on a client’s circumstances.
After years of plying my trade in semi-secret, I’d love to attract a new client or two. Every dollar helps to expand my publication budget, after all!
I’m also submitting blogs and articles to digital magazines, and I’m aggressively pursuing publication for my poetry and short stories in literary journals/small presses. Why? Why now?
- I miss the thrill of a byline.
- I want to expand my portfolio.
- I relish the thought of additional income. (Who doesn't?)
I’ve already received a commitment from one website to publish an article!
As I work to explore new venues of publication, I hope you’ll consider requesting my help with your projects.
Please note: I will not write scholarly essays for students. I will, however, help students improve their papers with my editing services. (In that instance, I'd call it "tutoring"!)
Heavy Editing / Personal Writing Trainer
Recently, I worked with a friend in this capacity, and she said, “I feel like you’re the equivalent of a personal trainer to my writing, refusing to allow sloppy form or lazy moments, pushing for 100% the entire time.”
That's a direct, copied-and-pasted quote!
If you’re looking for that kind of punishment--improvement, I mean improvement—then I’m here to push you!
I separated these two editing options because my brain approaches them as entirely different processes. It also helps me better anticipate what kind of feedback clients want.
Cover letters typically follow résumés—I'll give a good deal to those interested in both cover letter "Writing" and "Résumé Assistance."
And if you’ve already benefited from my assistance, feel free to leave a testimonial before you go!