General Copywriting, Editing, Proofreading and Beta Reading Services

Are you looking for fresh website content or regular blog posts? Perhaps you’ve written an article, paper or even a book and now you’d like it to be proofread and/or edited? Turn to a competitively priced professional with more than seven years of experience!


  • Blogs
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  • Proofreading
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  • Ghostwriting
  • Bylines


I’ve completed approximately 10,000 pieces for clients worldwide on a diverse list of topics. The following list is merely indicative of the topics I cover; please contact me to discuss your specific needs.

  • News
  • Business
  • Management
  • True Crime
  • Senior Care Services
  • Massage Therapy
  • Pets
  • Pest Control
  • Horror
  • Pop Culture – Movies, TV Shows, Video Games, Comic Books, Conventions, etc.
  • Book Reviews
  • Travel
  • Baseball
  • Property Management & Real Estate
  • Halloween
  • Weird History
  • Paranormal, Cryptids, etc.
  • Photography
  • Heating & Cooling
  • Attorney Blogs and Website Content
  • Marketing
  • Politics
  • Health and Wellness
  • Haunted Attractions


My ghostwritten content has appeared on numerous major websites worldwide, including the Huffington Post, the Daily Beast, Digital Journal and

My byline work includes Photo and Videography, Ember Magazine, Ranker and Bloody Disgusting. My articles for Ranker have accumulated almost 2.6 million views since mid-July 2017.

I write according to AP style guidelines, which means no Oxford comma (unless requested).  I’ve maintained a 5-star (top) author rating on a major content mill site since 2013.


Massage Therapy/Health and Wellness

Pop Culture/Horror Movie Listicle

Senior Care/Men’s Health (Ghostwritten)



Writing projects start at 15 cents per word. There may be a premium for rush content or projects that require an extraordinary amount of research.

Proofreading and beta reading services start at $25 per hour.

Editing services start at $50 per hour. A discount will be given for minor editing work that’s closer to a proofreading project.

All work must be paid for within seven days of completion via PayPal (unless alternate arrangements are agreed to in advance). A retainer equal to half the estimated project total is required from new clients. A contract will be used to protect both parties.

To begin, contact me with details regarding your project, including an estimated word count and your desired time frame for completion. I will respond with a quote within 24 hours. If you don’t hear back within 24 hours, please assume that your message was eaten by the Internet and send a new request. Thank you!


Photo by Raúl Hernández González (CC BY 2.0)

Planned Scream TV Show Reboot a Disservice to Fans 


Many fans were unhappy when MTV first announced plans to create a TV show based on the popular “Scream” series, but the first two seasons were actually surprisingly solid. In fact, the mythology that was woven throughout the initial 23 episodes was intriguing enough that fan reviews on IMDb have averaged a respectable 7.3/10 stars.

One of the main threads that kept people tuned in was the mystery of whether or not Brandon James was really dead. Many guesses were also made about the exact role that Emma’s mother, Maggie Duval, played in the events surrounding the murder of several teens 20 years ago.

The Halloween special that aired last year didn’t resolve any of these mysteries. Instead, it made them much more tantalizing, even if most of the rest of that double-length episode could have been skipped.

Now, we have a shortened third season on the horizon. Unfortunately, instead of using the planned six episodes to provide some resolution for the show’s many loose threads, MTV has opted to reboot everything. This means there will be a new city, new teens and, presumably, a new killer.

Reboots, remakes and sequels are a big part of the horror genre. Without them, the “Scream” TV show wouldn’t even exist. Still, it’s a big disservice to the fans to pull the plug on everything that was set up during the first two seasons in order to start all over again somewhere else.

MTV may not have been getting the ratings they wanted, but “Scream” has been doing well on Netflix. With a little more faith in their product, MTV could be producing the satisfying conclusion that fans were looking for. Sadly, it sounds like we might never find out what really happened to Brandon James.

Are you looking for a horror content writer for your horror site or haunted attraction blog? Contact me for details! 

Recent Byline: Bloody

Bloody Disgusting recently ran an editorial by me entitled 10 Most Important Horror Movies Directed by Women. Some of the movies discussed include Pet Sematary, Near Dark and The Babadook. Be sure to check it out!

If you’re looking for horror content or copywriting for your website, contact me today. I offer reasonable rates and have knowledge on a vast array of topics. My specialties include horror, Halloween, urban legends, true crime, the paranormal, haunted attractions and things that are just flat out creepy or weird.

I also provide copywriting services for non-horror related industries. Current clients include a senior care service, a massage therapist, a pest control company and a professional photographer.


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