Ideas come to life on the page through my writing. I hook readers from the first word to the last and leave them wanting more.
I’m not limited to any particular type of writing, but my strengths are in the creative vein. I’m particularly adept at fiction and have a flair for snappy, realistic dialogue. I’ve also got a great sense of humor and can produce excellent observational essays and funny articles on just about any topic. And, of course, I also do serious, straightforward content, including research.
My children’s stories are smart and perhaps a bit quirky. I write with the knowledge that kids are bright and I never talk down to them. And I like to add little tidbits for any adults who may be reading to a child, so the content is fun for the whole family.
I typically work at a per piece or hourly rate, which is dependent on the project, the turnaround time and the amount of research involved. I accept assignments as time and my current workload permit. As I’m a one-person shop, any flexibility you might have on a deadline is always much appreciated.
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When people tell me they can’t write I don’t argue with them. Which isn’t to say by any means that I judge their writing skills. It’s just that I trust people to know their own capabilities. I know that I can’t dance, and if I could find myself a freelance dancer to take my place on the dance floor, I’d save myself a lot of unnecessary humiliation. Unfortunately, until someone develops weboogie4u.com, I’m stuck doing something I’m painfully aware should NOT be on my “to-do” list.
If you’re reading this, you may be a person who feels you don’t possess great writing abilities. Or perhaps you just don’t like to write or don’t have the time. The reason doesn’t matter. The important thing is that you need something written and written well. And that’s fortunate because I write things, and I write them very well.
I’ve been writing in one form or another for as long as I can remember. From stories and poems to journals and journalism to books and blogs, words have always poured out of me. I was temporarily derailed by corporate America and paid benefits for a time, but I chucked all that a few years ago to return to what I know and love best.
When I’m not writing for other people, I’m usually working on my series of children’s books about a cow named Raspberry Sassafras who leaves the farm and learns to navigate life in the big city after moving into a luxury, high-rise condo with her best friend, Jane. I currently have three Raspberry books on Amazon and hope to finish number four soon.
If you want to know more about me or what I write or why I write, you can jump over to the Contact page and send a message, or just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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