A common search term, you might think: “freelance editor needed.” And, you would be correct . . .
especially when, at one time or another—especially in the technology-centered world we now live in—most of us will likely need help getting words and information ready for publication—yes: publication!
Just think about all the “publishing” you actually do: carefully crafting e-mail messages; building profiles and posting information on social media sites; creating blog entries of your own or adding comments to the posts of others; sharing stories and jokes—and many of us still write everyday correspondence and memos and step-by-step instructions.
These days, not all of you “publishers” are trained authors or professional writers—but you don’t need to be.
the-freelance-editor is available—to anyone who needs a freelance, or for-hire, editor—for temporary help, occasional assistance, or long-term commitment. the-freelance-editor can assist with . . .
- helping refine blogs and social media posts;
- mapping out and guiding website development;
- reviewing history—
- personal, family, and business histories and/or
- historical fiction;
- assisting museums and natural and historical sites;
- editing materials for young adults and general readers;
- researching/fact-checking or ghostwriting;
- and more!
With those few ideas about why you might need or want a freelance editor (and even how we might specifically help you), get in touch.
Our estimates are nonbinding and honored for up to sixty days. Plus, you get to keep and use any samples we produce whether we end up working together or not—you’re in charge! What do you have to lose?
Explore the-freelance-editor.com. Then, after you’ve reached a comfortable place in your creative cycle of writing, drafting, revising (and revising, and revising, again)—but before you actually “publish”—learn more about how the-freelance-editor can help you and your project. Contact us when you are ready!
I look forward to meeting with you—in person, by phone, or by text—and to hearing about your project. I have a feeling you’ll no longer need to search “freelance editor needed,” and that I, or one of my team members, will be able to help after our discussion.
You’ve read our words;
now, listen to one of our clients:
“I am . . . indebted and deeply grateful to my diligent and gifted editor. . . . I know he had a difficult challenge in working with a novice [but] with his sharp eye and his love of editing, he helped me organize my thoughts and say what I meant to say. His skill and quiet wisdom are all that any writer could ever want in an editor.”