Are you a professional writer, looking to build your clientele? We at the PEIWG are proud to be able to offer member services such as Writer-for-Hire. Many of our authors and editors work remotely, with much variation in genre and background. Need help with book coaching, editorial, or help with structure or finishing a project? Our writers are here to help.
Are you a professional writer, looking to build your clientele? Join here as a Writer-For-Hire.
Christine’s unique ability is reading a piece of writing through various lenses in order to connect the writer’s message to what the reader needs to hear. Christine draws on empathy and heart to guide writers from start to finish.
Christine edits: Books (memoirs, fiction, non-fiction), Research reports, Journal articles, Blog posts, Websites, More
Christine has been helping academics, researchers, educators, small business owners, and authors share their message with the world for over fifteen years. A member of Editor Canada, she specializes in structural editing (especially for memoirs), has developed her own suite of DIY online editing courses, and is currently working on certification to become a StoryCoach editor.
@rosemountedits (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook)
An author and editor from Rhode Island, USA, Marilyn is restoring an old farmhouse that she owns in East Point, PEI. Her books include: "The Night the Music Ended: The Station Nightclub: March 2000-February 2003" (Merry Blacksmith Press, 2012) and "Matunuck" (Arcadia Pub, 2015) and recent articles in Llewellyn's Herbal Almanac 2022 and Reminisce magazine.
A consummate communicator, Carol thrives on copywriting challenges in the tourism sector. Her long-time experience supplying, assigning and editing copy for the majority of Tourism PEI’s consumer content means she has developed an excellent ear for brand tone, as well as a strong aversion to cliché and hackneyed phrasing. She is well-connected in the industry and can easily provide the “insider voice” that adds so much value to tourism content.
Carol's services include: copywriting, website content, grant proposals, annual reports, editing, blogs, campaign content and strategy, newsletters, brochures, research reports.
Carol's publications include: The Centre for all Canadians (editor), 15 years of PEI Visitors Guides, content for many brochures, websites etc. (editor/content developer).
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WRITING/EDITING SERVICE OFFERED: Developmental editing, light editing, and
proofreading; web content writing and editing; short ~ medium-length feature writing,
interviews and profiles.
CLIENTS INCLUDE: Non-profits, chambers of commerce, scientists, academics,
His writing services include: copyediting, proofreading, news and feature writing, and website content. Memberships include: Canadian Freelance Guild, Atlantic Canada Farm Writers Association, Canadian Farm Writers Association.
Stephanie Kain is an award-winning author, as well as a developmental editor for writers who want to mobilize their lives. She holds a PhD increative writing from Lancaster University (UK) and enjoys helping independent clients uncover their highest writing potential. She is available to ghostwrite your nonfiction material on any niche subject from blog posts to full- length manuscripts.
Writing/Editing Services Offered: copywriting, website writing, ghostwriting, grant writing, proposal writing, script writing, annual report writing, manuscript editing, copyediting, structural editing.
JULIE BULL hails from NunatuKavut, Labrador – the Big Land. Writing since childhood, Julie recently started a poetry and spoken word residency at the Banff Centre in March 2020.
Her writing has many voices: professional, academic, technical, spiritual, and poetic to name a few. Her academic training is interdisciplinary and started at UPEI. Always willing to share what she knows in ways others can connect with, relate to, and learn from Julie is known to deeply impact and transform diverse audiences with her various writing voices. Julie is an invited author and contributor to many books and publications throughout Canada and around the world.
JANN TICKNOR: Raised in rural Manitoba and with a family line to Cape Breton (and Scotland), creative writing came naturally to Jann in childhood. Jann brings a skill set highly useful in various settings. She has informally supported many writers in expressing their authentic voices so their messages are fully understood. Often tasked with framing ideas or visions into written language that aligns with funding opportunities, Jann is highly skilled at integrating technical information into plain language products for different audiences.
CLIENTS INCLUDE: Community-based organizations, independent researchers, PhD students, research ethics boards, universities, public service sectors, musicians/performers/song-writers/hip-hop artists.
B. Comm., M.P.A. (Mgmt), CPA CMA
GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS WRITING for non-profit organizations, small businesses, or industry associations
who want to make sure your story is told and understood.
26 years of public sector writing experience including 12 years as an Executive in the federal public service.
Experience with several not-for-profit boards and committees.
All business documentation types and purposes, including backgrounders, approvals, annual reports,
options analysis, financial analysis, presentations, strategy, policy, and briefing notes.
With twenty years of teaching experience, Mo Duffy Cobb is a professional editor, mentor and story advocate that can work with you at any stage of your writing process. Plotline's program packages are designed to work with authors on comprehensive manuscript reviews , structural editing, and coaching nonfiction works. Mo is a certified book coach through Author Accelerator, is the author of Unpacked (2017), The Chemistry of Innovation (2021), and has a children's book forthcoming from Acorn Press in 2022.
Cindy Lapeña is an author, editor, and writing coach (academic and creative writing). She is a mentor, artist, teacher, owner of Art 'n' Words Studio, and publisher of The Weekly Writing Post, owner of The Writing Pool. Her writing credits include: The Lost Amulets (a novel, part 1 of The Amulets of Panagaea, 2013), The Amulet of Fire (a novel, part 2 of The Amulets of Panagaea, 2018), 101 Fun Games, Activities, & Projects for English Classes (5 vols., 2013), Welcome Inn (a novel, 2019); various essays and articles in print and online. She is the recipient of the Carlos Palanca National Literary Award for Playwriting (full-length play in English; 2007-3rd place).
PUBLICATIONS: I've been published in many newspapers and magazines including the Eastern Graphic, The Buzz, G! Magazine, Vermilion and Area Voice (Alberta), Canadian Firearms Journal, Atlantic Catholic Magazine, and Mayzil.
From news releases to novels to the screen, Katie Mac is a writer with a background in communications and politics. She is co- editor and contributor to the GIFt Horse series: an anthology of short stories from Island genre writers. She is the co- creator of the comedy short film Hot or Not. Her writing / editing services include: Fiction and non-fiction, media releases, speechwriting, social media, & briefing notes.
She is the winner of the Island Literary Awards Maritime Short Story Contest 2020 (2nd place) and her clients include: the government of PEI, and the GIFt Horse Short Story Anthology Series.
http://katiemacpei.ca/ or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org