In my time writing for national, regional, and online publications, I’ve gathered two major takeaways:
- Sloppy grammar, poor spelling, and a failure to fact-check can majorly undermine one’s credibility as a writer, regardless of content. (Trust me: readers notice).
- It’s really difficult to copyedit your own work. That’s why it’s easy to immediately spot errors when reading a book chapter or newspaper article but so seemingly difficult to publish a blog post or e-newsletter that’s 100 percent flawless (even if you swear you reviewed it several times).
I’m here to help you take your brand to the next level with my copyediting services. Rates vary depending on post length and readership, but my overall goal is to help you strengthen your credibility and readership.
- My work has appeared in national publications including Parade Magazine and parade.com, American Baby magazine (now Fit Pregnancy and Baby), Parents.com, and Houzz.com, as well as regional publications including Bethesda Magazine, and The Potomac School alumni magazine.
- I’ve conducted interviews with celebrities including Morgan Freeman, Christina Applegate, and Alison Sweeney. For a larger sampling of my work, please visit my Pinterest portfolio.
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