our specialty “divisions”
While teams at the-freelance-editor have reviewed all sorts of materials for all varieties of audiences over the years, we find that most of the editorial services we provide for clients often fall into one of just a few categories:
- individuals and small businesses that are developing websites or writing blogs and social media posts,
- authors of young adult materials (young adult fiction or nonfiction), and
- authors who are researching, writing, and self-publishing history books or historical fiction.
Or, do you fit into one of the categories below? If so, click the links for more information.
Then, get in touch . . .
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As a professional freelance
editor (which means my services
are for hire by any person or
organization that needs them),
my goal, and the goal of my team,
is to collaborate with
you—the author, the originator,
the content writer—to reach your
(1) to say what you want to say
to the audience you want to reach
(2) to have your readers
concentrate on your message,
not your mistakes.
So, get in touch—you won’t
know how we can help you and
your team until you do!
Specially focused divisions of the-freelance-editor include . . .
Short on funding, staff, hours? We’ve been there! Let our team work with your team, to enable your plans and help you accomplish more of your goals.
Your message reflects on your reputation and the quality of your idea, your product, your firm. Let’s work together to make sure your blog’s message, and the message you want to convey in every blog or social media post, is clear and to the point.
Along with history, much of the work we do at the-freelance-editor provides editorial services for young adult readers. That’s not totally surprising when you realize that the vocabulary, grammar, logic, and presentation considerations for that level can be read, understood, and processed by all general audiences.