Whoever, whatever, whenever—if you have need of freelance editors for hire, the-freelance-editor is now at the top of your list. Why? Because . . .
whoever you are . . .
Whoever you are, you can have a researcher/fact-checker / ghostwriter / editor / proofreader of your very own. We have worked with all writing levels, most mediums, any publishing goal.
whatever you want . . .
Whatever you want to end up with: a novel for adults, children, or young adult readers; a personal or family or business history, or a memoir; a local history publication—images, nonfiction text, or historical fiction; educational materials; content for websites or blog posts; wording for exhibition labels or trade show displays—it’s your project; we’re just here to help.
whenever you need . . .
the-freelance-editor will work with you to determine realistic milestone dates—and your ultimate deadline. And, we will guarantee to meet your due dates . . .
the-freelance-editor will help you reach your goals.
With our decades of varied experiences, whoever you are, whatever you want, whenever you need it, the-freelance-editor can help you—or not: but we won’t waste your time or your money, and we likely know someone who is capable of helping you.
Here for you:
• individuals, museums, organizations . . . • announcements, memoirs . . . • offices, small businesses, restaurants . . . • letters, newsletters, blogs, websites, collateral . . . • professional wordsmiths, coerced letter writers, aspiring authors . . . whoever, whatever, whenever.
Have you been researching freelance editors for hire?
Give the-freelance-editor a chance—after all, you’re already here, and you know we can do the job . . .
You’ve read our words;
now, hear some clients:
“Stephen understands that editing means knowing the intention of the piece . . . and how one part integrates with a whole.”
“I wish that working with an editor was always as effortless (and fun!) as it is to work with Stephen.”
“I could not resist reading through the paper. . . . It reads very well and I can tell . . . you’re enjoying the project.”