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Caila Mathews - Freelance Book Writing & Ghostwriting
1
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1.0
2 Skills
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Greetings and salutations! My name is Caila Mathews and I am extremely interested in doing some ghostwriting for anyone! :) I will do any and all genres, I will be more than willing to work with writers of all ages. I do not have experience, although I would love to recieve some..I throughly enjoy writing (and reading as well) and I would be honored if you were to give me a call back. My number...
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
GBGhostwriter - Freelance Ghostwriting & Newsletter Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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Every package is covered by the Global Business Ghostwriter "No Pay Until A-OK" guarantee! You will not pay one penny until you are completely satisfied with the finished product. I am a global business ghostwriter with clients from San Francisco to Singapore. I charge $49.99 for a maximum of 1,500 words. I have an unlimited word package for $99.99 (see website for details and conditions). I...
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Andre Sanders - Freelance Ghostwriting & Song Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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im hollywood mook a song writer of hot music and styles from the northwest did songs for missy,joe jackson,ect
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

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Susan Finkelstein LaVoy - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Teno - Freelance Creative Writing & Comedy Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
$10
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Funny light-hearted comedian looking for work and opportunities to display my talent. I can have a broad sense of humor from witty to silly to dry to dark to slapstick, what have you. I enjoy writing, but I shine mostly in my free flowing ideas. I work hard and play hard and would love to be given an opportunity.
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