We work with for-profit and not-for-profit businesses, SOHO (Small Office Home Office) owners, graduate and post-graduate university students, and professionals throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and nine other countries.
We specialize in academic and business writing, editing, copywriting, self-publishing, manuscript preparation, small business social media and traditional marketing, and project management.
Copywriting, ghostwriting, and working with ESL (English as a Second Language) students are just a few of our specialties. We can be reached by phone, fax, Skype, Gtalk, IM, and email.
We are full-time, mature and experienced. Our offices in southeastern Michigan and northern California are fully equipped with the latest hardware (PC and Mac), high-speed internet, FTP and Web 2.0 apps. We are proficient in MS Office Suite and Social Media Marketing.
Our services also include political writing, graphic design, speech writing, journalism, materiel and procurement, and project management.
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From Our Blog :
I posted this a while ago but I felt like it needed to be posted again as I still see so many people making this error.
So, these two terms are relatively simple to use. Proper placement is ...
These terms right here, are 100% interchangeable. It doesn’t actually matter which is used. Now, your professor/client/general reader may look at you funny if you use ‘all right’ only beca ...
Who or Whom?
No, this is not an owl impression. These are two words so similar, they’ve sparked debate among the most esteemed of writers and educators. They are also very often misused by the ...
“Wry” means “bent, twisted.” Even if you don’t have a wry sense of humor you may crack a wry smile. No rye is involved.
If you need writing or editing assistance with the very confusing English ...
Lay vs. Lie
Are these words similar in look and meaning? Yes. But, as is relative to real estate’s “location, location, location” in grammar it’s “timing, timing, timing!”
Let’s begin with ...