Here are some happy comments from previous and current clients:
"Thank you for this piece, the whole team liked it!"
"Thank you so much. It's perfect!"
"Thank you Judy for the great work!"
"Hi, Judy. Wonderful work! Adding you to my Love List for future projects :-) "
"I love the layout of this blog entry, thank you."
"Hello Judy, I love it."
"Excellent, Judy, just what I was looking for. Thanks very much!"
"This is wonderful! I really like the overall flow and voice of the article. The content is engaging and original."
"Excellent introduction. Your avoidance of absolute statements and wording is perfect for (our) content! I look forward to working on more projects together!"
"You didn't know this, but this hits one of our major themes for the summer! Thanks, Judy!"
"As noted in previous order--this hits a major theme. Plus...our boss loves when we push the digital library, so, win win win! :) "
"This was very good. Thank you! I will plan to send more your way in the future."
"Thank you for the article. I really like it. I would love to continue to work with you for this series. I will assign you the next article as well."
"This is just a quick note to say thanks so much for your time and expertise to write on this topic. The topic is very relevant so it's much appreciated. Thank you also for getting (the keyword) several times in there too! I think you have certainly provided and communicated, very well, some great points that my readers will find interesting and useful so I’m looking forward to publishing this for them. Thanks again for your thoughtful and well-written feature article and I hope to work with you again in the near future."
"Thank you for the great work."
"This is good stuff. Thanks for your patience and all the questions. It was appreciated. Would you be interested in working with me on additional product descriptions?"
"Thank you for your work on the descriptions. I was very pleased with your work. Are you available for a few more this week?"
"Nice article, Judy!"
"Looks great, thanks Judy!"
"Thanks for your work so far. Are you available to do a couple more?"
"Great job, Judy. Thank you for your work!"
"Thanks for your note. I will certainly send you more work."
"Looks great, thank you Judy!"
Judy has been a words person since she was a young child. She wrote and illustrated her first story at the tender age of 8 and won a spelling bee soon after. Since then, she has done all types of writing, from journalistic to fiction, and practically everything in between. The world of words is an exciting, ever-changing place.
After years of full-time editorial employment while freelancing on the side, Judy took the leap into full-time freelancing and has never looked back. She enjoys the variety of projects, content areas, and clients that she gets to work with as a freelance writer. A storyteller at heart, she savors both telling and hearing stories.
Some of Judy's specialty writing areas include health, nutrition, food, cooking, parenting, pets, travel, technology, business, and more. Always inquisitive, she is constantly interested in learning about topics that are new to her. She loves that writing can lead down so many different trails and types of work.
Judy has written in these specialty areas on a variety of documents, including but not limited to articles, blog posts, website content, newsletters, press releases, news stories, grant proposals, advertising/marketing, advertorial material, brochures, presentations, data sheets, radio spots, video scripts, Facebook and Twitter posts, meta descriptions, and more. She has extensive experience in SEO writing and keyword usage.
One aspect of Judy's uniqueness as a writer: She has accumulated just about as much editing experience as writing experience. So she can self-edit her own writing quite effectively and evaluate other writers' content too. She has edited material of varying lengths, including complex technical books up to 1,200 pages long. She has edited many print books, ebooks, articles, blog posts, and more.
In addition to communicating through words, Judy tells stories through photographs and is an award-winning photographer. She has also taught and tutored students in writing. She enjoys the link between education and writing, as she sees her own writing as a way to educate her readers. Judy loves delving into new content areas and skills so is always ready for the next challenge and learning experience in the world of words.