SERVICES

Established in January 2005, SPEECHLESS is an independently run writing, editing,

and voice-over agency serving the needs of individuals and businesses worldwide!

Hana Haatainen-Caye, Agency Principal,

is a multi-award winning, talented, and versatile Pittsburgh writer and voice-over artist.

In addition to her copywriting and voiceover services, Hana is a sought after speaker,

writing coach, and workshop leader.

VOICE-OVERS

 

A trained actress and public speaker, Hana provides dynamic narrations to suit business recordings,

audio books, dramatic readings, web voice-overs, and more.

The "voice" of businesses across the globe, Hana provides pleasant and professional greetings

on voice mail systems, on-hold messages, and IVRs.

Specializing in Children's Narrations

The voice of Maya Ray for iStoryBooks!

C O P Y W R I T I N G   A N D   C R E A T I V E   W R I T I N G

Hana has won numerous awards for her short stories, poetry, and creative non-fiction articles.

Her work has appeared in anthologies, including Chicken Soup for the Soul  (9 stories),

numerous magazines, and a variety of websites. As a ghostwriter, Hana has worked with

various authors on their novels, memoirs, short stories, and nonfiction books.

Her copywriting services include, but are not limited to:

  • advertising 

  • radio and television commercials/PSAs

  • press releases

  • telemarketing scripts

  • websites 

  • blog posts

  • product descriptions

  • eulogies/tributes

  • business and personal letters

  • on-hold messages

  • company and individual bios

  • landing pages

  • devotionals/reflections

Hana's creative writing services include, but are not limited to:

  • children's books

  • poetry

  • short stories

  • magazine articles

  • eBooks

  • ghostwriting

 

 

E D I T I N G   A N D   P R O O F R E A D I N G

Hana uses her professional training and education to provide superior editing

and proofreading services to many websites and publications.

Specializing in editing short fiction and nonfiction