Writers, no matter their level of proficiency, can always benefit from an extra pair of eyes on their project—and I'm always happy to be that extra pair of eyes!
I hold a bachelor's degree in linguistics, with a specialization in ESL, in addition to a master's in human rights. Throughout my adulthood, I have worked with writers of various backgrounds and skill-levels, both in academic and non-academic settings.
As your editor, I want to help you arrive at the very best version of your writing while also preserving your unique voice and point of view. We are all natural-born storytellers; let's tell your story!
With my background, my expertise lies in sociology and history, and, more specifically, the critical analysis of topics within those subjects. Anyone can simply repeat information. A scholar, on the other hand, must be able to assess the source(s) of the information, the context of the information, and the possible conflicts present within the information. In other words: I like to argue!
I honestly love editing undergraduate student essays! Oftentimes, undergraduate students' voices in particular really shine through in their writing. Plus, those at the very beginning of their writing journeys tend to demonstrate such an exciting potential.
Teachers also often assign really interesting topics and I find the students' varying insights and opinions fascinating.
When not editing on Kibin, I can typically be found reading, cooking, going for long walks, engaging in some sort of creative activity (usually writing or crochet), or simply exploring the world around me.
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