Professional Writing and Editing for Individuals
In both formal and informal settings, people turn to professional writers to help present themselves in the best possible light – whether on paper or online – recognizing the importance of projecting an image just as professionally as any go-ahead company.
Send us a simple outline of who you’re writing to and what you want to say and let Pro Write and Edit take letter writing out of your hands.
We write what’s right for you. On occasion you’ll want to be brief; on others to go into more detail. In either case, we’ll pull together all the relevant facts, clearly setting out your priorities, points and arguments, placing special emphasis and citing supporting documentation, references, footnotes and appendices where appropriate.
An urgent deadline to meet and you’re staring at a blank monitor? Based on the outline brief you send us, we’ll rapidly turn around any type and length of writing assignment, and what’s more, Pro Write and Edit provides a professional ghostwriting service for clients wishing to remain anonymous, yet keen to communicate in their own writing style.
“Words are the most powerful drug used by mankind.” – Rudyard Kipling, 1865-1936, English poet/short story writer, got millions of children hooked on reading thanks to The Jungle Book and Just So Stories.
“Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of, but do it in private and wash your hands afterwards.” – Robert A Heinlein, American science fiction writer, 1907-1988, one of the "Big Three" along with American Isaac Asimov and Britain’s Arthur C Clarke.
“Literature is all, or mostly, about sex.” – Anthony Burgess, English author, 1917-1993, wrote “disturbing” experimental cult novel, A Clockwork Orange, adapted to film by director Stanley Kubrick.
“Easy writing makes hard reading.” – Ernest Hemingway, American author/journalist, 1989-1961, celebrated worldwide for his accounts of the brutality of the Spanish Civil War in literature classic, For Whom the Bell Tolls.
“There's no such thing as writer's block. That was invented by people in California who couldn't write.” – Sir Terry Pratchett, English novelist, 1948-present, famed for popular comic fantasies including the Discworld series.
“Never throw up on an editor.” – Ellen Datlow, American fiction editor, 1949-present, winner of the Hugo Award for Best Short Form Editor 2009 and 2010.
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