Writer #14599
Waynesville, MO
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2015: Editing mystery novels, ghostwritten short stories (steamy romance, different sub-genres), proofreading and editing short nonfiction, ghostwriting short nonfiction. She's written over 70 eBooks in 2015. Personal assistant, doing a lot of tasks: data entry, web research, word templates (for emails), email clients, a lot of excel sheets (both creating and cleaning up already existing) google sheets and docs. Accurate search of contact information for specific companies.
From September 2015 - February 2016 Amanda was a personal assistant (Project Coordinator) for a company that was growing quickly. This is where she learned the most, and where she gained confidence.
• Data Entry- 5+ months
• Microsoft word
• Microsoft excel
• Internet Research- She does really well with finding information, and she thinks outside of the box if she don’t find it right off.
• Organization: This goes with Microsoft Excel sheets for formatting and cleaning up, as well as emails, and other office files.
• Creating email templates
• Creating excel templates
• Web scrapping
• Editing and Proof reading
• Creating typed (Microsoft Word) training instructions
• Use of a CRM (Pipedrive) and studied Trello
• Use of help desk software (Groove)
• Ghostwriting


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Industry Projects

  • Self Help6

Summary of Industry Experience

Self Help

Amanda has ghostwritten six self-help eBooks for another freelancing community. She was given a specific topic, instructions on what information was vital to the small help book, and was instructed to research the topic bringing her voice and her words to the topic. She was able to be as creative as possible to make the topic both interesting and informative.

Product Projects

  • Book50+

Summary of Product Experience


Amanda has ghostwritten many fiction and non-fiction short eBooks from 8,000-15,000 words. She spent most of writing on fiction. Each book was outlined, written, and edited by her before submission. Most of her clients required a short book blurb between 100 and 300 words upon delivering the product.

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