We all have a story to tell.

Let me help you tell yours.

Whether you're a business looking for web content,

   a start-up seeking an interactive presence online,

      a firm trying to communicate what makes YOU unique,

         or an individual seeking to edit and polish your novel for publication,

whether you're looking for words on the page, screen, or podcast,

I would be delighted to work with you. I can write your content for you or edit what you already have. I'll ensure all your web content is Search Engine Optimized, meaning your site will get the Google hits that bring clients. Let me help you connect with your clients, so that you can spend your time on the business you love.

As an independent radio producer, I can also create podcasts and other audio files for an interactive experience.

Let me help you tell your story in a distinct and beautiful way that readers will remember.

Contact me today by email.

See What Others Are Saying

"Emily Bright evaluated my manuscript with skill and sympathy. Seldom has my money been so well spent."

Margot Peters, author


"Emily was very easy to work with, responsive and pleasant. I will definitely be using her services for future projects."

Scott Bertz, Web Work Life

"Emily, I want to thank you, for the excellent work you’ve done in crafting the written content for our new website. You obviously did a great deal of research, in order to understand our industry and our core values. You wrote a compelling message for each and every page. I was amazed with the speed in which you developed the content and with your depth of understanding.

I highly recommend you to anyone in need of help with website development, brochures, professional editing and creative work.

Please be sure to categorize us as one of your very happy and satisfied customers."

Randy Nilsson CGP CAPS

Great Lakes Carpentry, Inc.

"Emily K. Bright is a truly gifted professional editor, who was easy to work with and very timely with her edits back to our organization.  We look forward to working with Emily further."

Cheryl Leigh Kornely
The Warehouse, Four Seasons Center for the Arts

Emily, What a marvelous job you did [editing my novella]! Your work is EXACTLY what this scribbler needed. It was money well spent.

Ken Krall, writer and radio producer