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What Types of Writing do I do?

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Writing Experience

  • Blogs
  • Webpages
  • Typing Services: Letters, Tables, Data Input, Wordprocessing, MS Office Files (templates and data input), and Other Secretarial Services
  • Articles/Essays
  • Curricular Materials
  • Poetry
  • Manuals


  • Basic Rate: $10.00/pg
  • or $20.00/hr
  • includes proofreading and formatting
  • Forms, Charts, Academic Papers, and Researched Articles are priced as negotiated.

I write informative articles, non-fiction. I write blogs, webpages, short articles for online magazines, curricular materials, and such. I have a website of short essays on a variety of topics. I have sold blog essays and poetry for online publication. I sell a datbase template for teacher lesson plans and presentation templates. I also write-on-demand for people needing secretarial services.

Occasionally I will write a poem or a short story. One of my poems has been published by an online magazine, a longer version was published on an educational website published by Pearson. That poem was first posted in my blog.

Proofreading and Editing

Need proofreading and light editing? I will do this for you, whether it be an essay, novel, webpage or whatever. I charge by the page, defined as 250 words. Academic works with citations are priced slightly higher. Ask for an estimate. All rates are reasonable and competitive.


Different types of writing are billed differently. The basic rate is $10.00/page for a written, formatted, and proofed item, a page being 250 words. Items requiring research or academic formatting, charts, tables, and forms are billed by the page or the project and terms are negotiated. Included images are extra.


Contact Valerie or call (979) 248-9450 to purchase any of these writing services.

Valerie is located in Brazoria County, TX and takes checks from local clients. Online clients will be asked to pay through PayPal.


I am an affiliate of many merchants. Even so, the opinions expressed are my own, and I do not speak for the merchant. Being an affiliate, however, does mean that the possibility of compensation does exist. --Valerie