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All your writing needs are covered.

Does any of this sound familiar?

No matter what I do, I can’t seem to get any writing done.

I know what I want to say, but I can’t get it to sound the way I want.

I could get so much more done if I didn’t have to write a blog post every week.

I have all these ideas, but they never sound as good when I write them out as they do in my head.

I feel like I should be writing more, but getting my thoughts down on paper is such a slog.

I feel like my message isn’t getting across and my audience keeps misunderstanding me.

Don’t worry, I’ve got you.

I can handle all of your writing needs.

Web content, technical articles, blog posts, press releases, even video scripts: Whatever you need written, I can handle it. I can remove the pain of the writing process for you, so you can stop stressing about it.

I can capture your voice.

Web content, technical articles, blog posts, press releases, even video scripts: Whatever you need written, I can handle it. I can remove the pain of the writing process for you, so you can stop stressing about it.

So you can focus on what’s important.

And with the writing off your plate, you’re free to focus your time and energy on what you do best.

From blog posts to white papers, you can count on me.

Here are a few projects I’ve done to help other people save time and get results:

A custom manufacturing company was struggling with clients who didn’t seem to understand their working terms.

I reworked their client agreement document to clarify expectations and ensure a smooth experience for everyone.

A busy CEO had a vision for his regular internal letter to his employees, but didn’t have the time to get it down on paper.

After just 15 minutes on the phone with him, I wrote a message that captured his voice, his message, and his appreciation for his global team.

The founder of a marketing company was spending too much time writing weekly blog posts for his clients.

He hired me to write them instead and gained back a ton of time, freeing him up to identify some new opportunities to grow his company.

An engineer presented a highly technical webinar on a complex testing protocol.

I wrote an article based on the webinar recording that was subsequently published in an industry journal under his name.

A team of industry experts with jam-packed schedules developed an outline and a (very) rough draft of a white paper.

I took the it to the finish line by ghostwriting the formal draft of the white paper.