Letter Writing Services

Historically, letters are one of the most reliable means of communication. It’s no wonder that letters still thrive despite the conveniences offered by telephone conversations, text messages and other technological advances. This type of correspondence can express your feelings, provide or ask for information, convey gratitude and help advance your career.

Saying the wrong thing in a letter, however, can make or break your intentions. Bad grammar can completely change the meaning of a sentence. Let me help you present your ideas in the way you truly intend by allowing me to write a letter for you or by taking advantage of my proofreading services.

I can help you with the following types of correspondences:

Personal Letters

  • Thank you letters
  • Love letters
  • Christmas letters
  • Letters of apology
  • Break-up letters
  • Complaint letters or grievances
  • Letters of condolence or sympathy
  • Notifications
  • Letters of congratulations
  • Fund-raising letters
  • General correspondences

Career-Related Letters

  • College admission letters
  • Cover letters or letters of intent
  • Post-interview letters
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Acceptance and rejection letters
  • Thank-you letters
  • Resignation letters

Business and Professional Letters

  • Sales letters
  • Correspondence to touch-base with a client
  • Thank you letter
  • General business correspondences
  • Acceptance and rejection letters
  • Letters to welcome new clients
  • Fund-raising letters
  • Business memos

When I write a letter for you, you will receive it as a MS Word (.doc) document in an email attachment, which you can alter as you see fit. Since you own the letter, you can copy and reuse it as many times as you like.

If you would like me to proofread a letter,  please contact me regarding the method in which you would like to submit it.

To learn more about my services or rates, please email me at FreelanceFlora@gmail.com or fill out the form below:

Please keep in mind that I cannot guarantee the results that you expect or hope to receive when you deliver the letter to its intended recipient.