What I can offer includes writing and proofreading.
Does your website need additional content? Are you looking for fun, informative and innovative articles written by a professional freelancer?
Look no further. From theatre and film reviews, to parenting advice and from the latest TV casting news to must buy gadgets for busy parents; if I have a passion for it, I will gladly write about it for your website.
Do you want to run a blog on your website as a way of connecting to clients, but find that you just don’t have the time?
I can do that for you.
Does your company need an editor? I can edit quickly and efficiently, with a fast turnaround.
I offer a wide range of writing and checking services including
Whether it is a quick press release, a blog post, short article or more I can write it for you.
I write regularly for Screen Rant, Daily Actor, UKTW and Suburban Misfit Mom as well as contributing to other sites – many of these articles are also available here on my own website but follow the links for the full experience and latest published work.
Costs are based on the required length of the piece and any research time required. Costs include one minor reworking if required.
As an example, a 500-word article requiring around 30 minutes of research would cost £25.
I am happy to run your company’s blog for you; a great way of connecting with clients and giving a personable image. Posts can be written on a weekly or fortnightly basis or as often as you choose. For long term arrangements, please contact me for discussion.
Why have a great website or newsletter design and then be let down by typos and misplaced grammar? It is notoriously difficult to proofread your own writing, but you can get some peace of mind by letting me help.
I can proofread your email, newsletter, blog post, article, essay, web page or whole website before others see it so that your message will not get damaged by bad writing.
Note that, as an additional cost I can work on auto-translated English texts to make them “natural English”. Auto-translators, such as Google Translate or Bing Translate, are great for a quick scan but wholly unsuitable as source material for anything carrying your company’s reputation. We have all read instruction books auto-translated from other languages, or English language menus and hotel guides whilst abroad – these are amusing but do not give a professional impression. Costs are as for Proofreading + 50%.