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Penny Swift

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I am primarily a writer but have loads of experience in editing and the over-writing (or ghost writing) process. I am a seasoned researcher and also revel in proofreading to help improve other writer's work. I have written countless newspaper articles, magazine articles, and have written, designed and produced numerous books and booklets. I have prepared and circulated many press releases and done copywriting for brochures, adverts and packaging. During the past three years I have produced a mountain of web content, including numerous SEO articles and blogs. I cut my teeth on ebooks in 2009, and have ghost-written and designed several for clients in different parts of the world. My interests are varied, as is my expertise. I am also enthusiastic and reliable. I am available for all types of writing related projects including reporting and copywriting, as well as editing, over-writing, proofreading and project managing for publishers and other employers. Non-fiction books are my forte. I am based in the Western Cape, close to Cape Town, South Africa.

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