Freelance Writing & Editing Portfolio

Kayla Rose Hall is a professional freelance writer and editor with 10+ years of experience writing and revising marketing copy and other business materials. Please email, call, text or connect on social media to discuss working together.

  • e: kayla.rose.hall@gmail.com
  • p: (619) 820-8798

Latest Published Work Samples:


Roof Inspection

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Superior Roofing of New Mexico is proud to offer complimentary drone inspections for your initial project estimate. We will schedule a time that is convenient for you to have us come out to your property and perform a full drone roof inspection. This can be performed completely contact-free as we inspect every inch of your roofing system. In the end, you will be provided with a copy of the drone footage we take, along with a detailed estimate for any needed repair services.

Personal Injury

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Have you been injured due to no fault of your own? Is someone else’s negligence to blame for your pain and suffering? You may be able to pursue compensation, and we can help. As an experienced personal injury lawyer serving the Greater Chicago area, Jeremy M. Wang Law & Associates, LLC is available to help you file a personal injury lawsuit, a worker’s compensation claim or a disability claim, then pursue your injury claim to the fullest extent.

Residential Heating & Cooling

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Let us help you stay comfortable in your home with expert residential HVAC services. Earl Russell Heating and Cooling Inc. has spent over 100 years serving customers right here in Indiana, and we’re available to bring our knowledge and skills to your home’s HVAC system. Whether you need a repair or a new HVAC system installation, you can rely on Earl Russell Heating and Cooling Inc. to get the job done correctly.

“Normal for His Culture”: Appalachia and the Rhetorical Moralization of Class

[EDITED BY KAYLA HALL] This essay explores how class distinctions can rhetorically shift from issues of income to social stratification in the United States. This process depends upon and affects particular regions and populations. Focusing here on Appalachia, I attend to the 1967 murder of Hugh O’Connor in rural Kentucky and media accounts in the murder’s aftermath as a nodal point in this continued stratification process.

Seizing a violent history: kairos, class, and resistance in Appalachia's coalfields

[EDITED BY KAYLA HALL] This essay examines how contemporary environmental activists identify with violent historical labor disputes in West Virginia. As activists tap into the region's violent past, they are faced with rhetorical opportunities and challenges. In analyzing this phenomenon, I contend that kairic folds occur when contemporary rhetorics draw directly upon historical events in a way that underscores salient contextual factors that shape rhetorical choices.
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