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Leah Carson

Leah CarsonExcellent Words

P.O. Box 253
Dousman, WI 53118

E-mail: luv2cre8@wi.rr.com

  • feature stories
  • newsletters
  • brochures
  • ads
  • copyediting
  • proofreading

Why consider working with me on your next project? I’ll give you three reasons.

1. When you want well-written copy, realistic fees, and prompt service, I’ll come through for you. As a full-time independent writer since 1990, I’ve supplied all of the above to clients in fields ranging from weight loss & fitness to funeral services. Talk about running the gamut!

2. I apply both sides of my brain to your project. Left brain: logic, attention to detail, superb organizational skills (for those projects where you literally don’t know where to start), and on-time delivery. Right brain: creativity, fresh thinking, and the attitude that “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth making it fun.”

3. Don’t just take my word for it. Read these unsolicited endorsements I’ve received from clients:

  • “Just wanted to say how much I appreciate all the writing you do for us. Your work is perfect for our audience; your attitude is perfect for me. The programs are great, and the press releases are getting picked up. We’re thrilled.”
    Susan Trones, Communications Director, TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)
  • “I really appreciate your help in the [copyediting] process. Writing the book [Just Fix It] was more work than I anticipated, but well worth the effort. Thanks again.”
    Tom Feiza, “Mr. Fix-It”, WTMJ-AM
  • “Just read the Impala Homes story, and it’s terrific! You really made something of it. Thanks for a great job.”
    Jim Mutranowski, editor and publisher, Successful Builder of Wisconsin magazine
  • “This is the best stuff you’ve ever sent me! What a wonderful column from start to finish. I love it!”
    Marshall Cook, editor, Creativity Connection newsletter
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