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Fantastic opportunities for writers, editors, and proofreaders in Carrollton, Texas.

Written by Lorena

Carrollton, Texas is a wonderfully kept secret. A suburb just northwest of Dallas, it has fantastic opportunities for writers, editors, and proofreaders.

For starters, Carrollton boasts an Old TownEarea that is rich in Texas culture. Genealogists love it and historians love it too. There are many small books and booklets written about the early settlement and the early settlers in Carrollton Texas. These can be found in the Carrollton Old Town area as well as the public library.

Such books have very able authors, great at doing the required research. They also depend upon editors to turn their work into a very readable and enjoyable book. Proofreaders? Well, can you ever really have enough proofreaders for a book?

Carrollton is part of the greater DFW MetroplexEEconsisting of all the suburbs in, around, and between Fort Worth and Dallas. Aside from tragic events which took place in Dallas, there are a great many opportunities for story tellers Epeople who will take events and turn them into a story that can be remembered for many generations to come. It is exciting to be part of turning these stories in a legacy for generations to come.

The people of Carrollton and the DFW Metroplex are from many different backgrounds. To be sure, there are people still living here who are the offspring of the original settlers. But this is a cosmopolitan area, rich with newcomers from all parts of the U.S. as well as foreign countries.

Any editor or proofreader in this area can find many interesting opportunities to work with the vastly different yet interweaving stories both newcomers and natives have to tell. Most Texans love to talk, and who doesn't love to talk about themselves or their families! A good listener/editor can easily prompt someone to become an author; someone who has never even considered that they had a story worth putting into a book.

An author would do very well to consider an editor or proofreader from Carrollton, Texas.

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1.Lorena-20499, Carrollton, Texas, United States
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I love English and everything associated with the subject! Grammar and editing has always been my best subject. I would love to help out anyone who needs me!






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