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Stay tuned for more information about the beginning of my proofreading, editing, and writing services!

Even before I knew the alphabet, I wrote.  I wrote my name in the front of books: XOXO.  I wrote notes to my family to tell them that I was mad: XOXOXOXOXOXOXO!!!  I even wrote on my sister’s brand-new wallpaper: XOXOX.

Writing remained a way for me to express myself, especially after I actually learned how to write.  I enjoyed utilizing adjectives in English class and unburdening myself in diaries.  Once I started college, I gained interest in researching and writing about literature.

Today, I’m a high school English teacher.  I don’t write full-length papers much anymore, and I rarely commit to writing blog posts on a regular basis.  I do, however, proofread and edit a lot of papers for my sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

I believe that the combination of these elements is why I would be a successful proofreader and editor for you.

Not only have I gained writing skills over the years such as grammar rules and organizational techniques, but also, I have learned how to enhance the clarity and style of others’ works without sacrificing their voice.

After I finish proofreading and editing a work, its clarity and professionalism increases; it makes sense but still captures readers’ interest.  Best of all, it never stops sounding like you!

And if you ever need something written from scratch, I promise that I’ve moved on from just using X’s and O’s!