Maybe you need an editor?
I can command your commas to sit and behave. I have substantial experience and am available for short- or long-term assignments. For copy and content. Jewellery catalogues or kitchen shops, bakeries or websites. For light-to-heavy revisions on anything from resumes to eulogies, menu descriptions or job descriptions, term papers and glossaries of terms. And if you’re a game designer? You worry about your game rules and I’ll worry about grammar rules.
Or you’re looking for someone to be bookish?
One of my favourite assignments was blogging for Toronto International Festival of Authors, first as a writer (a paid position) and, later, as the coordinator of their blog tour (a volunteer position).
Or looking to connect?
Or maybe you’re looking for a writing/reading friend. Because you live nearby.* (Or, maybe you don’t live nearby, but you wish you did.)
Please, say hello!
*I live in the city currently called Toronto, built on the homelands of indigenous peoples – including the Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabeg and the Huron-Wendat – and still inhabited by their descendants. This block of land, including the shoreline between Etobicoke Creek and Ashbridge’s Bay, as well as the territory 45km north, was the focus of the 1787 Toronto Purchase, which was signed by settlers and the Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation, and viewed as a temporary arrangement, not a relinquishment of sovereignty.