Writing & Editing

Writing & Editing Services

I offer writing services for:

  • Business blogs and newsletters (B2B or B2C)
  • Informational guides, how-tos
  • Presentations
  • Business reports
  • Websites and marketing campaigns
  • Social media

I offer copyediting services for everything listed above.

I also can help your organization develop a style guide to ensure consistency across written materials.

Featured Articles

Explore a featured selection of my writing work below.

5 Nonfiction Writing Tips You Haven't Heard Before

“On Writing Well” by William Zinsser is one of the most popular books on nonfiction writing and for good reason. No matter how many times you’ve learned the tenets of good writing in school, you will find yourself underlining advice in this book. And unlike other writing guides that leave you falling asleep, “On Writing Well” is written in first person and is full of personal anecdotes (and dry humor).

I’ve learned the fundamentals of writing more times than I count, and here are some quotes/

Cait’s Brain Bites Blog: Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) Amsterdam

Food for Thought… And to Eat!

I’m a communications specialist at the Penn Memory Center (PMC), and I’m attending this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) in Amsterdam to cover breaking news on Alzheimer’s therapies and Penn research highlights.

I’m also a huge foodie, so over the course of the conference I will be keeping this blog page to make a post each day of the conference reflecting on AAIC and (at least!) one interesting thing I ate.

AAIC is happening July 16

Penn researchers study a phenomenon that makes them question what we know about dementia

In 2013, Sarah was diagnosed with dementia caused by Alzheimer’s disease. In the years to follow, Sarah’s communication skills declined, and she stopped interacting with people. Occasionally, when looking at her image in the mirror, she would mumble a few incomprehensible sounds, but otherwise she didn’t speak.

Twice, Sarah did something that startled her family — she suddenly began saying words that were recognizable. She clearly said to her husband, on two occasions, “I’m scared. I want you t