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The freelancer hired to write your next cover story is MIA and your best reporter is on vacation sipping margaritas two time zones away. Instead of scrambling to fill four pages by Monday, what you need is a professional reporter who delivers accurate, attention-grabbing, quality content on-time. Whether it’s a straight news piece on the nation’s financial bailout plan, an in-depth analysis on the healthcare debate or a colorful feature about raising llamas, I can handle your next project. Why? Because I’m:

• A whiz at research (that will be helpful if we ever cross that llama story).
• Punctual with assignments, sources and deadlines.
• Capable of getting up to speed on anything, even geeky stuff.

Save the surprises for a birthday party

You can rest assured I will only deliver work that is assigned – I'll never surprise you with a story about whale-watching in Hawaii when you're expecting a smart piece on foreclosure trends in New York City. And I promise long distance relationships don’t scare me. We’ll keep in touch through email, phone and text messaging.

And when you work with me, you will never hear excuses like "the dog ate my story" or "my email program crashed" because all my publishing clients have access to a customized, secure password-protected webpage with my latest draft and graphics available to view and download. So in case your dog eats my assignment or your email crashes, you can still access the story you assigned me - day or night.

Learn how I can help with your next freelance writing gig, editorial assignment, web content or corporate communications project. Discover more about who I am, what I do in my free time and read my journalism clips. Email me at becky@beckybergman.com or call 704-660-7685.

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