January 24, 2016

Kerrie McLoughlin Fiverr Proofreading Reviews ... I Love My Clients!

I love my Fiverr proofreading/editing clients so much! I work with many of them several times ... on resumes, college papers, business correspondence, personal correspondence, novels, nonfiction books, ebooks, emails, anything! I'd love to work with you! You can find me here!


I needed help with my essays for a graduate class I was taking. I searched Fiver for "the right person" to edit my work. I had contacted three other Fivers but writer Karrie returned my message quicker than the other Fivers. She returned the completed papers in record time. What an awesome lady!


I am AMAZED at how well kerrie proofread my assignment!! I am super happy with my work now! Will definitely be contacting her in the future!!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND HER HELP :)


Excellent work! I went over my document 100 times and she still caught things I missed. So glad I used her, would 100% use again!


OMG! OMG! OMG! Kerrie is an all-star editor. My friend and I needed to complete an application due at 11:59pm and Kerrie got it done in just a few hours with time to spare! I would definitely use her again. Very professional and great at what she does. By far my best Fiverr experience!


I asked writerkerrie to proofread an 82,000 word manuscript as quickly as possible. No only did she come through by the deadline but she did a great job AND kept me up on her progress with emails. I owe her a million dollars but that is not nearly what she charged. The fee was very reasonable.


Excellent work, Fast and perfect. She did a great proof read, fixed grammatical errors and rewrites in the way a customer would understand. I will use her again for future services.


Kerrie is amazing! She finds everything that needs changing, replaces those with what's needed, and delivers her work on time. In addition, her communication with me has been friendly and helpful. I would not use anyone else for proofreading! Kerrie is GREAT!

One lovely client said:
Just to let you know, I got the highest grades for my research projects that you helped me to edit. Thank you!!!


Really happy with the proofing Kerrie did. She got through my 88000 word manuscript early. Highly recommended.


Kerrie is the real deal. She is very personable, very passionate about proofreading and will be my editing choice for my future books. Good stuff and value here!


I trusted Kerrie to proofread my book and I could not be more pleased and happier. She exceeded all my expectations. Her timing and communication were outstanding. She caught every little thing. If you are looking for an excellent proofreader, look no further. Thanks for everything Kerrie.


EXCELLENT! Kerrie did a very thorough job of editing my writing. I've had (roughly) a thousand people look at this article for me and Kerrie is the only one who caught some of the mistakes. Thanks! Would most definitely recommend!

and I am in love with friendly sellers ;) You have 972 positive reviews which mean you could rest on your laurels but you still maintain great relation and have a great attitude towards EACH customer, and this is what brought my attention mostly ;)

I am also sure of your expertise and that I will get perfect text :)

Anytime today is perfectly fine Kerrie, thank you!


I loved Kerrie's enthusiasm and her proofing was spot on - to me that's someone who finds the grammar gremlins but doesn't change the author's voice. Will use again :)


I was 99% sure there were no errors, but I wanted to be completely certain. So I asked my work to be proof read. The work came back like i had been in school. So many errors found. Would like to thank the seller for the help, and proof reading. Thank You

January 12, 2012

Spring Is In The Air At My House

This is a fun piece that uses the letters in the word SPRING to share how the coming of the new season looks at my full house. You get a glimpse of my bad housekeeping, my crazy kids and my 12-year marriage, and hopefully the result is at least mildly humorous. For example:

"Spic n span house. Who doesn’t love a spic n span house? Well, me. I mean, I don’t really care. I’m happy as long as I have a path to walk along to get to my morning coffee and clean clothes and dishes. My husband, however, actually LIKES to do spring cleaning while I practice avoidance of it. I don’t remember that part being on our premarital counseling test or it may have been a deal breaker (for him!). I try to put off all my errands and other plans until I know he’s itching to do spring cleaning, then I sneak out of the house with the kids and leave him to his passion."

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January 10, 2012

What I'm Working On ...

Here are some pieces I'm working on. Email me at mommykerrie at yahoo dot com if you need me to hurry up!

  • Cloth AND Disposable Diapering At the Same Time
  • Chiropractic Care for Bedwetting
  • Attachment Parenting: The Good, the Bad and the Snuggly
  • Get Out of the Kitchen!
  • Chore Solutions
  • Meal Planning 101

January 7, 2012

Christmas Nonprofit Appeal Letter Sample

Christmas 2001

            It’s Christmastime again! It’s a time to buy and make gifts, bake cookies, spend cherished time with our loved ones and, most importantly, celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

            There’s always something special in the air at Christmastime. People are kinder, warmer, friendlier. We smile at strangers, we say hello to our neighbors, and we treat our friends and families just a bit better. We exhibit Jesus’s example of giving to and helping those who are in need.

            We’ve all heard that it is better to give than to receive. To know that you are helping to make someone’s life just a little bit easier or helping to make someone happy is an indescribable feeling. As I’m sure you realize, while you are busy buying and making gifts for your loved ones this Christmas season, there are so many people in need. While most of us take for granted having a merry Christmas, some among us can only pray and dream about it.

            For those of you with children in your lives, you know their joy when they open gifts on Christmas Day. It’s very sad for me to think of all the children in our area who won’t have even one gift to open this year. In fact, they may not even have a meal to eat on this special day. But there is hope for them, and that hope is you.

            Here at [nonprofit client], we pride ourselves on the help we have provided to those in need for so long. But we honestly couldn’t do it without your generosity. Please consider putting one more person on your Christmas gift list this year, and send a donation to [nonprofit client].

May 8, 2011

9 Ways to Go Green and Save Money

Nobody ever said going green would be easy. In fact, some of my ideas might have you saying “ick!” But if you pick even just one of my ideas in my article (below as text), your readers will save money while also saving the planet. You don’t have to go all-out when you’re just starting. For instance, I used cloth diapers exclusively for five years before I switched to using disposables at night, and I’ve always used disposables when on vacation. Do I feel guilty about using disposables? Heck no! Every little bit helps when you’re going green! I realize you may want to edit the piece to take out the parts about menstrual cycle products, and that’s fine by me. You obviously know your readers better than I do, so of course I trust your edits! (882 words)

February 18, 2011

8 Birthday Traditions You'll Want to Try

Every year when I was a kid my parents would let me choose where I wanted to eat dinner out for my birthday. Another birthday tradition they kept going was to have a small party for me with family and friends, including a cookout since I have a June birthday. Kids love to feel special, and it can be a challenge to find the time to come up with ways to make a birthday a knockout. Never fear! My piece has 8 ideas for birthday traditions to start with your own kids. Pick and choose a few of them each year … and stick with the ones you and your birthday kid love! This piece is just made for you to pop in advertiser information … you have my permission to do so.

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September 9, 2010

Playdate Success

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A playdate can teach important skills like sharing, taking turns and navigating arguments … or it can quickly turn into an episode of “The Bad Girls Club.” So how do you go about finding decent playdate pals for your little one? This piece offers many tips from finding pals to play with to cleaning up after the playdate.

Please contact me at mommykerrie at yahoo dot com if you would be interested in purchasing this piece.