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Writer Needed for Book, Articles, and Website

We are looking for a professional writer with years of experience to work on writing a book, writing articles, writing general website text, and other various writing and proofreading activities throughout the year. This will require that you write material from scratch (mostly) and other times it will be varying levels of proofreading. Therefore, you will need to be able to research topics and produce text on them independently. The topics will be mostly in the interior design field.

No plagiarism. No lateness. No excuses. You will sign a contract that states that if you plagiarize or produce text habitually late that you will LOSE all your pay, will be fined, and will be liable to any lawsuits arising from your plagiarism anytime in the future.

This is a great project if you are a serious writer who can produce honest work on time, otherwise DO NOT BID. I will be going through your previous work and contacting your references to determine this. This will be a long-term project.

In your bid, your MUST provide:

1. Examples of your previous work - articles, books, websites.

2. Price per word when writing from scratch and researching a topic.

3. Price per word when proofreading.

4. Contact information for AT LEAST 5 references that we can contact.

Habilidades: Redação Publicitária, Revisão

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( 7 comentários ) new york, United States

ID do Projeto: #118842