“I also turn down work because of my stand on honesty, integrity, and quality.
Authenticity and originality are my primary goals in everything I do.
To do less is to diminish me as a person, and brand. ”
Robert Medak is a retired Communications Technician turned freelance writer, blogger,editor, proofreader, and reviewer learning marketing.
He was born in southern California, and lived in Kansas until moving to southern West Virginia with his wife and their cats and dogs. While in California, he and his wife Connie ran an animal rescue where Robert wrote job descriptions, flyers, and was treasurer.
Robert is a small business owner of Robert Medak Freelance Writer. He works as a freelancer and entrepreneur working from a start-up learning along the way about marketing, social and networking, creating Web sites, and web content.
Robert has written or ghost written over 350 articles, he is familiar writing Web content, and written over 100 book reviews posted at Barnes and Noble, Powell’s Books, Goodreads, and his book review blog.
He is a writer, blogger, editor, and reviewer learning marketing and book promotion.
Robert continues learning about publishing, and branding. He applies what he learns to help others and is willing to answer questions. He believes in paying it forward, ethics, and being 100 percent original in all he does.
His goal is to create an income as a full-time freelance writer also has some stories he is working on for publishing. Robert’s working on a nonfiction book titled “Taming the Freelance Market”.
Robert worked as a copy editor, and edited manuscripts. He was a reader/writer for Real Time Publishing.
Robert created a course on procrastination for Writers’ Village University (WVU), an online site where writers help writers. He facilitated his course, and other courses at WVU. Robert co-founded a Creative Writing Workshop at WVU.
Specialties: Robert has a working knowledge of HTML, SEO Keyword articles, copy editing, and proofreading. He has a working knowledge of Microsoft Word Track Changes. Robert continues with ongoing learning of internet/social media marketing, and publishing.
Robert Medak’s Experience
Sole Proprietorship; Writing and Editing industry
February 2006 – Present (7 years +) Rock, WV
Robert Medak Freelance Writer is entrepreneur working to help you with writing, blogging, editing, proofreading, reviews, and marketing.
Robert writes, edits, proofreads, reviews, create audio recordings of book excerpts, writes SEO Web content, blogs as a guest blogger, and maintains four of his own blogs and writes Hub Pages. He is a member of many social media and networking sites. Visit his Xeeme site listing his social media accounts.
February 2006 – Present (7 years +)
New York Journal of Books
March 2009 – August 2010 (1 year 6 months)
Reading books and writing reviews.
Writing and Editing industry
September 2008 – October 2009 (1 year 2 months)
Freelance Article Writing
The Celebrity Cafe
March 2009 – September 2009 (7 months)
I have administrative access where I take stories submitted and edit them for any errors in punctuation, spelling, or typos.
January 2009 – February 2009 (2 months)
Edit submissions to T-Zero Quarterly
Writers in the Sky
2008 – 2009 (1 year)
Book review and article
Real Time Publishing
January 2007 – January 2009 (2 years 1 month)
Work as an acquisitions editor
October 2007 – February 2008 (5 months)
Writing SEO keyword web content. Wrote over 200 articles for them.
Robert Medak’s Publications
Authors: Robert Medak
- Osborne, KS, U.S.A,
- December 11, 2009
Osborne County Joy Magazine (monthly)
Robert wrote a letter of recommendation for a person applying for a position.
They asked for him to submit a story, he submitted a short Christmas story for publication.
They accept stories and poems from local writers.
Robert Medak’s Projects
Team Members: Robert Medak, Neven Mehinagić
- February 2011 to September 2011
Edited the manuscript for Jihad Genocide by Ted Habib.
After editing, worked on PR and promotion of the book.
Team Members: Robert Medak
- January 2013 to January 2013
Edited manuscript for Lisa Guest.