Check Out My New Writing Services Page

Breaking news, Writer Bees!

I will now be offering my services as a freelance writer on this blog!

Need a Writer? Then take a look at the services page. You’ll also find that….

  • I can write articles and blog posts
  • I can write product descriptions
  • I can proofread and edit any written work

If interested, contact me anytime at VickiP2593@gmail.com

If you aren’t and just want to be nice, please share the page and pass it along. Us freelancers need all the help we can get. And don’t forget to become a Patron!

Thanks everybody!

Need a Writer? Then I'm Your Lady! Hire This Writer!

Hello! I’m Victoria and I’ve been a freelance writer for 2 years. Over the course of my freelancing adventures, I’ve written everything from product descriptions to full length articles.

If interested in hiring my services, feel free to email me anytime at VickiP2593@gmail.com .

(Payment through PayPal) (Writing Samples are Available)

Blog Post and Article Writing

Any topic. Research included. Free revisions, if needed. Writing samples are available.

Favored topics: Food and Beverage. Travel. Pets. Creative Writing. Comic Books. Art. Animation.

Tone: Lighthearted. Conversational. Humorous. Engaging.

  • 500 words = $15
  • 1000 words = $20 – $30
  • 2000 words = $40 – $50
  • 5000 words = $100 – $120

Word count is flexible and prices are negotiable.

Product Descriptions

Got products that need describing? Whether they are short, catchy tidbits or in depth details, I can write product descriptions that perfectly showcase your inventory. Let me know how many items and your desired length of descriptions.

Price: ~$20 per 1000 words

Proofreading and Editing

Prices may vary, depending on word count and how much editing needs to be done. This can be a quick cleanup or major corrections and notes for improvement. I will have your essay looking like an A plus in no time!

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(Patrons get first priority for orders)

(Note: I have the right to decline orders for whatever reason.)

NaNoWriMo: Week 4 (Did I Win?)

Hello writer bees!

Is it just me, or did November just fly by? I swear it was November 1st like two days ago.

So, the big question. Did I reach my goal? Nope, not even close. I almost got half way, barely. Around 30k ish words. If I’m honest, I am a little disappointed, I wish I wrote way more.

But it wasn’t a total bust.

On a positive note, NaNoWriMo got the ball rolling. It got me thinking about the story as a whole. It got me writing. Even just a little bit. And at the end of the day, that’s what counts. I added new scenes and rewrote some old ones. Writing a novel isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon. And I’m in this race for the long haul.

I’ve recognized the bad writing habits are still there. And although difficult, I’m working to breaking them. I really need to fix those. A New Year’s resolution perhaps? Let’s add ‘be a better writer’ to the list.

I’d like to start editing soon. Maybe as I delete and revise my draft, more ideas and words will come. Here’s hoping, anyway. My real goal is to write the best novel I can, no matter how long it takes. But life is short, and I really need to write more often, just to reach that “published” finish line.

I just want to say thank you everyone who supported me in my endeavors this month. Every ounce of encouragement really kept me afloat. So, thank you all so very much! And congratulations to everyone who participated in National Novel Writing Month this year.

How was your NaNoWriMo experience this year? Did you reach your goal? Tell me all about it in the comments!

Write with Heart,

Lady Jabberwocky

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NaNoWriMo 2019: Week Three

Hello writer bugs!

Hope NaNoWriMo is treating you well.

Unfortunately, I haven’t made much progress word count wise since last week. Still hovering around 10,000 words. Frankly, writer’s block hit me like a brick wall this week. And it’s depressing. And then when you’re depressed about not writing, it makes you want to not write even more. (and wallow in a pit of sadness like Edgar Allen Poe.)

However, as I write this post, I feel my writer mojo coming back. I might not make my original goal of 40,000, but that’s fine. Not out of the running yet, folks. I will say this, NaNoWriMo is really pushing me to be creative. Since I’m adding new scenes, it’s making me consider each scene. Which is good, I needed a push. (This WIP needed a push.)

Despite being behind word count wise, I am feeling inspired, which I haven’t felt in awhile, if I’m honest. And that feels like a win. But we’re getting into the final days of NaNoWriMo and I’m going to make the most out of it. Now if I can only get my narrator to stop monologuing about… existing???

How’s your NaNo project coming along? Talk to me in the comments!

Write with heart,

Lady Jabberwocky

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NaNoWriMo 2019: Week Two

Hello, hello Writer Bugs.

I can’t believe we’re halfway through November already. Progress has been made. Small progress, but progress nonetheless. Better than week one, at least.

At the start of the week, I has some trouble gaining traction. My project is on one giant GoogleDoc, and it’s getting difficult to manage. I finally understand why people use story writing/plot outlining software. So, I decided to write on separate blank doc, and It helped me get past writer’s block and focus on the scenes that don’t have a definite placement in the main story yet.

As of now, I’m closing in on 10,000 words, which I will hopefully reach by the end of this weekend. That would bring up my total to 30,000. Honestly, I’m trying not to worry about word counts. I’ve written everyday this week, (gold star for Lady Jabberwocky), working on my WIP. I’ve been rewriting existing scenes for a better flow. I’ve also been creating new scenes to slow down the pace and shine a spotlight on characters and their relationships. Slowly but surely, I’ve been writing.

And lemme tell you guys, I want to edit SO BAD. I’m sticking to the writing, but man, everything needs edits. I’m still holding out until December to do revisions. Let’s see how that works out. This weekend, my boyfriend and I have a wedding Saturday and a DnD game Sunday. All fun things I’m looking forward to. But I’ll still find some time to write, fingers crossed. Maybe I’ll do some word sprints too.

How’s your NaNoWriMo project going? How are you guys holding up? Also, do you have any suggestions for story writing or outlining software? Leave a comment, I love to hear from you writer bees!

Write with Heart,

Lady Jabberwocky

NaNoWriMo 2019: Week One

Hello, hello, writer bees!

Hope NaNoWriMo is treating you well.

Things have still been bumpy on my end. Monday morning, I woke up sick as a dog. Took me out of commission for 3 days. It sounds like an excuse, and it probably is. Still battling my usual writing demons. I’m trying to push through my fear of writing trash. This entire month may be garbage, and maybe that’s alright. I haven’t edited anything, even though I desperately want to.

I’ve written about 3,000 words~ this week. Which I know is awful, don’t remind me. It’s a slow start. Cross your fingers that I can crank out more words this weekend, after some serious cuddle time with the boyfriend, of course.

Currently, I’m busy playing catch up. I’m not out of the running yet, folks. Hoping for more progress week two.

Again, thanks for all the kind words and support.

How is NaNoWriMo project going? Let me know in the comments!

– Lady Jabberwocky