Writing projects- Feature articles for magazines
Proof reading-edit and proofread any type of material ensuring the content is flawless and appealing to readers.
accurate and skilled editing-checking documents for spelling and grammatical accuracy through to sentence structure/tone changes.
indexing- producing an index based on page proofs.
Tutor-offering daily instruction in writing, literature, grammar and vocabulary.
Writing Coach-offering one-on-one or small-group tutoring for individuals or teams professionals.
Writing, Editing, Tutoring,
Master of Arts in Leadership in Teaching
Rachel is a passionate Writer with vast experience on Home living. She has completed different kinds of projects. She is conversant and well adapted to the various types of writing techniques that exist currently. Most of her projects are meant for websites, and blogs which are intended to improve website rankings, improve on conversion rates, and efficient with search engines.
Being an ardent sports fan, Rachel uses her love for sport to create quality content. She has written numerous pieces on sports events previews and reviews. Additionally, she proofreads and edits writing pieces done by other writers. Over the course of her freelance writing career, she has worked with top sports magazines like Minnesota Score Magazine and Minnesota Sporting Journal Magazine.
Rachel is a superb editor and writer for health and fitness articles. She provides constructive criticism and allows anyone to grow as an editor or writer. She has passion for this from the Instructional materials for a series of online courses she has provided. She has Featured articles for a regional health and fitness magazine. She has clarified writing of many authors who were grateful of her writing skills.
Rachel has Recent writing projects include:
* AP European History textbook
* State of New York Social Studies textbook
* Monthly column for a weekly women's magazine
* Feature articles for a regional parenting magazine
* Letters and reports to the United States Congress
* Annual reports to nonprofit stakeholders