Bella Clones

Los angeles, California, United States

Yearly Stats: $100 Earned |

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Bella Clones

Writing and Research Services

My career started in 2000 when I first began writing memoirs and biographies for the elderly at a nearby nursing home. I've since broadened my skill-sets and have written hundreds of books over the last 20 years ranging from simple e-books to epic novels and biographies. I have also expanded into blogs and web content as well as a few interesting creative writing projects.

However, as my career has grown my focus has gone back to what started it all - memoirs and biographies. I work from home as a full-time writer who offers both flexibility at work as well as the ability to be available to my children. However, I do try to maintain set hours where I can be reached for business.

Writing for me is no longer a hobby, but rather a profession. As such I try to provide a comfortable and successful relationship with all of my clients. This includes transparency in the writing process as well as weekly follow-up on your project.

I am at a point in my career where I can be somewhat selective in the work I choose. Most of my work comes to me by referral and invitation, so if I bid on your project, I am genuinely interested in your project. My criteria for choosing to work on a project is focused on:

1. Interest in project
2. Comfort level between client and myself
3. Client's vested interest in their own work

If you're curious to learn more about me and what I can provide for you, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Work Terms

Work terms for projects such as e-books, blogs and articles vary. If I know and have worked with someone I am open to payment after the project is complete. If I don't know, or haven't worked with the person then I will request Guru's Safepay, or prepayment for the project. Establishing a relationship is important.

This is the standard in the industry so both clients and writers can safely approximate the size of a project if not using word count. However, for a writer, word count is the most important determination of project size.