There Are At Least Two Sides To Every Writer

I am a versatile writer. No really, I am.

I suppose in some ways it depends on how I am feeling at the time I am writing. But I can also craft a mood.

I know what you may be thinking. Isn’t that inauthentic?

Understandable that you’d ask. But I think that because I, as a ghostwriter, am not attached to your business, naturally I make it my job to distance myself from the writing, to a healthy extent. It helps me present you and your business as you are, while shining a light on the best of what you offer.

After all, I am attached to MY business – let’s be honest – and as such I want to do the very best job for you that I can.

And there is nothing I love more than creating a mood in a post.

When I just blogged to tell my story, not professionally, I wrote about disabilities issues, and spirituality. Because these two things were of the utmost importance to me, I took writing about both very seriously. But, with both I came to find that if I was really taking the writing seriously, I had to find the humor in it or I wasn’t doing it any justice.

I mean there was a time and place for it, but still…

In short, there is humor in everything (well, most things), and there is beauty and inspiration to be found in everything.

Yes. I am that kind of freelancer. It is a joy for me to dig up those aspects of the subject matter I happen to be working with.

If I freelance for you, I understand that it’s your business that I am writing about. It’s your baby. And I will fully respect your vision for how you want it to be represented. I will make that the foremost factor in crafting your message to your audience.

Check me out on Facebook (Dailey Freelance Blogging) or contact me today at daileyfreelance@gmail.com, and we’ll talk about that message.

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