Polish up those Shiny Ideas with Professional Editing & Writing Services.
You do the research — I help you express it clearly! (Includes ESL!)
Let me help your story or your information shine!
My experience in insurance & energy benefits your business documents!
Professional & Web Writing
Focused, researched writing for your publications and the web!
About Shiny Ideas
Making Your Bright Ideas Shine!
Welcome to SHINY IDEAS! But why that name? I love gathering ideas and words and arranging them like the bright jewels they are.
Your ideas – academic, business, or fiction – must be clear and bright for your readers. That’s where I come in.
I honor your story, research, or business, retaining your unique voice while I polish your writing for consistency, clarity, and most especially, interest. In researching and writing business or web documents, I keep your goal in mind and ensure clarity and an SEO emphasis.
I have edited everything from academic papers for professional publication to published novels, business reports, and educational materials, and I've written web content for several businesses.
My two humanities degrees studying the thought and religions of other cultures and other world views also uniquely position me to work with both English speakers and ESL writers.
Need help with your project? Send me a message, and let’s talk!
Repeat business & Referrals
50% of Shiny Ideas' business comes from referrals or clients who come back again and again!
Friendly & Responsive
Shiny Ideas clients overwhelmingly call me friendly and responsive to their needs.
Dedicated to 100% Customer Satisfaction.
A full 25% of my clients are people whose first language is not English.
Want to work together?
Let's talk about your project, and I'll give you a quote
News & Thoughts about Editing & Writing
If you absolutely must edit your own document, take steps to avoid pitfalls and produce acceptable work.
It’s that new gaze, unfamiliar with the material, that will find issues and help you put the final polish on
The mechanics of writing are like the frame of your house. Make them solid and secure, and then get creative.
If you can write the case study so a potential customer feels like you’ve just pulled up a chair and chatted about a story, it will be very effective.
Using words incorrectly can make a reader think we really don’t know what we’re talking about, even if we’re trying to convey valuable information.
A case study is much more likely to be a genuine “customer testimonial.”
Think of a white paper as the foundation document for a multitude of other creative materials and projects..
Remember how people in meetings react to a speaker who drones on and on, reciting facts in a monotone.