I educate and empower through my writing. What do I mean when I say this?
I educate readers with my books and blogs. I aim to teach little known facts, helpful hints and industry news. I write about the topics that touch me – history, startup businesses, publishing and freelance writing – but that also strike a cord with a niche audience.
I empower my clients by offering them a range of freelance writing services designed to ensure both they and their businesses shine. My specialties are article writing (informative, how-to, blogs and breaking news), ghostwriting eBooks and rewrites.
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Hi Melina! Your books are worth reading and thank for coming with such a good thread. Before having kids I was reading books with great interest but after kids, it was difficult for me. Sometimes, it becomes very hard for me to find errors in writing for my personal blog.
So, to avoid writing errors, grammatical mistakes and plagiarism from my written stuff, I am using a monthly premium account of Grammarly. However, after reading this discount offer of Grammarly https://grammarly.discount-coupons.net/grammarly-premium-free-accou..., I am planning to get one premium free Grammarly account. But yes in my spare time I would love to read your books.
Thanks, Hoa, for commenting and sharing your experience.
My eBook "A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and WW1" is free to download through Aug. 31. Go to https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/839878 and enter coupon code ZG42N at checkout.
Does it consist of 119 pages? I just opened to read. I will read on this weekend.
It depends on the e-reader. It is approximately 31,500 words.