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Maryville University St. Louis (Communications)
I recently completed my Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communications from Maryville University St. Louis and own my own company. I provide copywriting, writing, editing and proofreading services for my clients. I feel fortunate that I'm able to do what I love for a living and look forward to helping others develop their writing skills. I strongly believe that, no matter what direction or career path you choose, writing is an important skill to master.
Writing, editing and proofreading have always been strengths for me and I have developed strategies over the years that are very helpful to anyone who struggles with the writing process. I am well versed in AP Style, but am also familiar with APA and MLA. I have never formally tutored students before, but have raised three children of my own and have lots of recent experience with formal papers, research and topic development.
Writing - Formal Papers, Blogs, Articles for publication, Crisis Communications Plans, Marketing Content and Strategic Marketing Plans
Proofreading and Editing -- Proficient in AP Style with a strong attention to detail
I'd be happy to speak with you if you have any questions or if you'd just like to find out if we would be a good fit to work together. I have a somewhat flexible schedule and can be available most evenings and afternoons or weekends, if necessary. I recently completed my Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communications from Maryville University St. Louis and own my own company. I provide copywriting, writing, editing and Read more
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