Need Some Proofreading Done?

Need a proofreader and/or editor? I have put together some Fiverr Gigs to give you a sample of my work. Through Fiverr, I will edit your resume and cover letter and your blog posts. Each gig has three package options so you can customize your order. I also plan to offer other proofreading services through Fiverr shortly. Additionally, I am also testing out a custom order for any other editing/proofreading you may need.

You can access the gigs by clicking on the “check out my gigs” button above, on the side bar, or on the “work with me page.” Once you sign into Fiverr, you will be able to purchase the gig of your choice.

If you have any questions regarding any of those gigs or my proofreading services in general, do not hesitate to contact me via the contact page or email: carol (@) carolda (dot) com.

How to Write a Great Story

How to Write a Great Story

My latest obsession is Ted Talks. There are so many inspiring, challenging, and interesting topics discussed in video form. There are talks that I completely disagree with and make me mad and there are ones that I relate to on such a personal level. The ones that make me mad are my favorite because they […]

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Misused Words: Regardless and Irregardless

Misused Words: Regardless & Irregardless

What is the difference between regardless and irregardless? Irregardless has become so commonplace that sometimes confusion arises between them. Here is an explanation of the two words: Regardless means “without regard.” For example: Janice tore up the completed draft of her short story regardless of the consequences. Irregardless is not technically a word. The prefix […]

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Goals for 2016 Update

Image by condesign (2014) via Pixabay, CCO Public Domain

I never planned to do a mid-year check-up; however, this is shaping up to be a crazy year and I am way behind in my goals. In some areas I am doing okay but in other areas, not so much. Therefore, to keep it real – and as a reminder/push for myself – I am […]

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To Multitask or Not to Multitask?

To Multitask or Not to Multitask?

I love this post, Multitasking in Out, Unitasking is In, by Danielle Keister and wholeheartedly agree with her! I am not a fan of multitasking, or very good at it, for that matter. I believe that I do my best work when I focus on one thing at time and I am happy to see […]

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