Letters & Resumes

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“Easy reading is damn hard writing.”

- Nathaniel Hawthorne


The web offers more than fifteen and a half million posts on how to write a good letter. We hesitate to add another except to remind you that there is a big difference between a mechanically good letter and an effective one.

Let us help you get the best of both worlds in your letter, whether you want to express a marketing message, a fund-raising appeal or a personal sentiment, productively.


Every resume attempts to distill a wealth of credentials onto one or two pages. The richer your experience, the more challenging the task, but it can be done and done well.

The question is whether you will present your worth in an unattractive nutshell or as an intriguing haiku. We specialize in the latter. Let us know if we can help.


  • Cover letter and resume. Click here for a personal example, crafted specifically for an online writing position. It did the trick.
  • Business cover letter. Click here for an example of a cover letter format that effectively summarizes the statement of qualifications that it introduces. This letter, along with a well produced qualifications package, has helped to land multiple interviews for clients.
  • Click here for writing guides.
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