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- "I hired Laura to update the main page of our company website. She knew just the right questions to ask and she got me to give her the right information to write up our business like a local. The project was done fast at a fair price, and most of all, it said exactly what I would have said about the company if I could have found the words."
Stewart Builders, LLC
“Laura worked for me doing an important long-term project to radically improve our content and sales. She was an invaluable asset, always ahead of deadline, never complaining about what she had to work on, and independently motivated. I never had to chivvy or bug her to finish a project, and her work was always letter-perfect and on target."
-Jim Davis (no relation!)
- "Laura Davis has a gift for the written word that goes beyond simply knowing how to turn a phrase and make it fit. There's no learning curve with her. She just gets it, and you're off and running and getting things done - she often comes up with solutions and ideas that never occurred to you in the first place. A true professional, Laura makes things just happen, the right way and the first time."
Owner & General Manager
"Laura Davis has been one of our most reliable writers, who researches her subject intensely before putting her words together -- brilliantly! I look forward to her next article as soon as I have finished reading the previous one."
- If I had to get something right, I would want Laura on my team. I value her thoughtful approach and passion for excellence which she brings to her work. It is not common to find someone who can grasp the big picture and, at the same time, deliver on the details in the smaller pictures too in a cohesive manner as she does. Laura helps make any effort have a better result.
Roanen Barron, Sales, Marketing & Leadership Consulting
Category Archives: Samples
It’s hard to say which is the harder adjustment for astronomy professor Cynthia Leach: becoming a vampire, or moving to Irvine, California. In her debut novel, All This and Family, Too, Sarah Glenn treats both topics with a healthy dose of … Continue reading
Literary giant, Gore Vidal died yesterday at his Hollywood Hills home. The 86 year-old author died of complications from pneumonia. Vidal served as first-mate on a supply ship in the U.S. Army during World War II (1943-46), and his first novel, Williwaw, was … Continue reading
Early this morning, the reading world suffered a great loss. Ray Bradbury died in Los Angeles at the age of 91, just two days afterThe New Yorker ran an interview with Bradbury, entitled “Take Me Home.” Ray Bradbury, a long-time resident of Cheviot … Continue reading
Amor Towles brings the Greatest Generation to life in his debut novel, Rules of Civility. Although some comparison to The Great Gatsby is unavoidable, Rules of Civility is anything but derivative. Towles’ brilliant turns of phrase, dry wit, and unvarnished appraisal of the social mores … Continue reading
California’s Primary Election, June 5, 2012, is fast approaching, and with it, some changes many people are not aware of. This will be our first Primary Election under the “Top 2” system. With the passage of Proposition 14 back in 2010, Californians … Continue reading
So many of us dream of seeing our hard work in print: the offspring of our creativity on the shelves of a local bookstore. The self-publishing industry has given access to millions of people who previously had no hope of … Continue reading
When the threats of violence – including rape and murder – began, Anita Sarkeesian got much more than she bargained for. Sarkeesian, author of the blog Feminist Frequency, recently announced a Kickstarter campaign to raise $6,000 to produce a 5-video series entitled “Tropes … Continue reading
The town of Upper Jay, New York sits 837 feet above sea level, at the foot of the Adirondack mountains, and six hours’ drive from the coast. They were not expecting Irene. Late Sunday night, torrential rain cascaded down the … Continue reading