Professional Writer - At Your Service


Yes, I will write for you. For your business, if you're an artist or musician, if you're running a non-profit organization, or if it's a personal project that's near and dear to you. Let's get to it.


Business Ideas: a proposal, one or many press releases, your bio, narratives for a grant or business plan, sales literature, product descriptions, catalog copy, policies and procedures, text pages for a website, annual report, mission statement, newsletter to customers or employees, company blog, etc.


Performing Artist: performer bios, press releases, "how I got here" narratives, "one-sheet" blurbs, venue blurbs, you name it.


Non-Profits: mission statement, annual reports, pledge drive, fund-raising campaign, press release, web text, brochure, blog, newsletter, social-media postings.


Man/Woman on The Street: dictating a memoir? assembling a family history? writing down all your recipes to pass along?


Whether you need me for one simple project or need my ongoing help, call or write and we'll explore your ideas. I will give you options and we'll arrive at a fair fee schedule.

Plural Not Possessive

Boys, Boy's, Boys', Boise - fooled you.

If your sentence or headline speaks of more than one boy, just add an "s" and be done with it. Leave the cute little apostrophe out of the game. Who's in Boise?

Yours, His, Hers, Theirs, Ours, Its

Honest - for real - I wouldn't kid you.

You don't need an apostrophe on these words. They are possessive all by themselves. They're not plural, they're just handy little words that use an "s" as easily as, well, "as" or "bonus" or "fits."

There - Their - They're - Thayer

THERE are three ways to spell that pesky word. Each of them is demonstrated right here, 'er, THERE. Be sure that THEY'RE used correctly, so that THEIR feelings don't become bruised. Oh, and the Thayer family lived next door to me once upon a time. Nice folks. :-)

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