A native English speaker/writer is required to put a slight creative spin/rewrite of information from true crime Wikipedia pages.
Fifty (50) entries are required at around one hundred (100) words per entry.
The uploaded screenshot is color coded to indicate what information is to be used for all fifty (50) entries.
GREEN: The primary section that needs to be creatively rewritten. HOWEVER, do NOT use the bracketed "birth/death" dates (usually at the beginning) in the Wikipedia page.
ORANGE: This section is only to be used should the GREEN section not contain enough information.
RED: Not to be used at all!
Here are two (2) Wikipedia links that you can use in your offer to demonstrate how your writing style will read/look like as well as how you will be able to cope with the word count constraint.
The first contains a wealth of information from the "GREEN" section, while the second is pretty much nonexistent.
These ARE two (2) of the fifty (50) entries.
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Whether using information from the "GREEN" and/or "ORANGE" section you need to tell a brief biography (beginning/middle/end) of the person/crimes in around ONE HUNDRED (100) words!
MOST of the entries you WILL have enough information located in the "GREEN" section.
These samples may be submitted via chat if you do not want any other bidders to see your submissions.
Offers that are submitted WITHOUT the two (2) examples will NOT be considered whatsoever! If your offer is accepted you will be sent the additional Wikipedia links to begin the project. The winner must also be open to potential rewrites of their work on this project.
Thank you for your time in reading and competing on this project, good luck.
***** NO ARTICLE SPINNERS *****
ALL RIGHTS TO THE WRITINGS SUBMITTED IN THE PROJECT WILL BE OWNED BE ME!
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Hello, My name is Sanjay and I would be happy to work for you ! I'm waiting for your confirmation and i will start asap the Writer to put a slight creative spin/rewrite from Wikipedia pages. Thank you :)