Hello and thank you for visiting!
I would love to work with you on your business communications projects both internally and externally — B2B or B2C. I have done freelance writing for over ten years both as a magazine contributor and a newspaper columnist. The last two years have been devoted to Technical Writing.
With degrees in marketing and management, I can write for or about businesses; for or about marketing. I write little things like Blogs and Tweets. I also like to tackle bigger things like white papers and press releases, or really big things like repositioning and culture change. We can explore conscious capitalism or how your marketing efforts might need to change from the classic 4Ps to the more recent SAVE (Solutions, Access, Value, Education) hypothesis.
I have tons of ideas for lots of industries. I like to see what’s not there, take a leap, and present new things to you because you may not know what you like until you’ve seen it.
I am not afraid of pitching, because sometimes we’ll hit a home run together.
I can handle:
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substantive editing, stylistic editing, structural editing, research, proofreading, non-fiction-scientific / technical, non-fiction-business, newsletter editing, fiction-short, developmental editing, copyediting
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