Francine Busby

Francine Busby

Francine Busby is a professional proofreader, editor, essay writer, and the author of several successful books. Due to her experience and hard work, she has never stopped developing her skills, and that is why she managed to become one of the most proficient editors and writers.
Francine Busby was born in Canada, and since her childhood, she was interested in creative writing. During her studies at school, she took an active part in various competitions and tests related to songwriting and essay writing. Even while her parents were not happy about his unwilling to study mathematics and geometry, she spent much time reading. Later, she started writing short essays and tried sending them to local newspapers under a pseudonym. Her first essay was published in one of the most popular Canadian journals when she was only 14. When she turned 20, her first book of stories, “Francine and her stories,” was published.
Thanks to her hard work, he managed to enter Springfield University. It should not come as a quite surprise that she was one of the most talented students since her abilities seemed impressive to all of his teachers and professors. As a result, during her studies, Francine Busby started working as a proofreader for one of the Springfield University newspapers. Later, she succeeds to become an editor in the same institution. It was not hard for Francine Busby to change a lot of jobs. For example, she worked as an essay writer for some period because she got a certification in this field. At the same time, she spent many years writing short and long articles for various local and international newspapers. However, as noted by Francine Busby , the work she enjoyed the most was being an essay writer since only then her creative potential could be realized properly. When she turned 35, she published two other books with her short stories, “Tales from the North” and “Tales from the South.” Both of them became very popular in Canada.