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Professional Writing and Editing Services
Discover a whole new way to interact with your readers. Creating fresh content helps you connect to your clients and customers, and keeps them informed and engaged. Whether you are creating a website to promote your brand, or highlighting the latest news about your business, you have important messages to share.
With over 14 years’ writing, editing, and project management experience, I can provide you with well-researched new content or revitalize your existing website. All content is shaped to fit the needs of your readers, as well as the intended outlet. Whether you need website copy or articles, business documents or presentations, or technical or science writing, your project is in good hands.
Great content is only one component, though. Don’t let your ideas get lost among last-minute deadlines, flashy website issues, or formatting problems. I can keep your project on track and help you choose the best ways to get your message across. This includes driving traffic to your site through social media and blogging, as well as search engine optimization and online advertising.read more
Finding Unique Ways to Express Ideas
Branáin (pronounced BRAN-an), Gaelic for “little raven” (also the original source for the surname Brennan), highlights the creative and playful aspects of writing. While most people are familiar with ravens from Edgar Allan Poe’s poem, The Raven, and those kept in the Tower of London, in Native American mythology this highly intelligent bird has a less ominous meaning as a powerful mythical creature.
The raven’s adventures are portrayed in Native American stories such as Raven and the First Men, Raven Creates the World, and Raven Steals the Sun. In these, Raven is both a creator and trickster, with many of the legends also showing Raven as a provider to humans. Raven is associated with endless curiosity, creativity, and playful mischievousness.
These traits carry over well into writing, where playfulness and creativity encourage you to step off the predictable–and comfortable–path in search of unique and beautiful ways to express your ideas.read more