Host Lisa Tucker has humour writer Elizabeth Creith on the show.
In Elizabeth’s own words: I’m an award-winning writer living and working in rural Northern Ontario with my husband, dog and cat.
I write fiction, poetry and non-fiction articles, with a special interest in the pet trade.
Writing services include proofreading, ghostwriting, manuscript evaluation and line editing. Do you need a proposal, a pitch, or just some proofreading? I can do that for you.
I had a long career freelancing for CBC radio, which taught me the importance of making deadlines. I’ve never missed a writing deadline yet!
The business of writing is a fascinating one. Every project is different, every client’s needs specific and separate from those of any other client. I love finding the right words for my clients, or helping them polish the text they already have with a comma here and a change in sentence structure there. Every time I deal with a new industry or a new subject, I learn something – sometimes quite a lot – about it, which is also part of the joy of this work.
Talk to me about what I can do for you and your project.
Sault Star district correspondent Elizabeth Creith writes about the lighter side of rural living.