Coryl Creates

Coryl Addy is a writer, freelance editor and designer, and multidisciplinary artist based in the National Capital Region of Ottawa, Ontario. She loves languages and conceptual themes. She can be found in the wild listening to music or nearly missing the bus because she’s reading a book. Her idea of “online presence” is one of constant rebirth and reincarnation like a phoenix. Her website has belonged to a blogger, a graphic designer, and a self-publishing writer. She wears many hats, but often switches them out. (They’d be gross and smelly otherwise.)

As a freelance editor, Coryl currently provides a range of editorial services, including editing, transcription, desktop publishing, and book design. She also dabbles in front-end website design and content management system assistance. She is always interested in making new connections and working on new projects.

Look around. See if anything speaks to you!


Freelance Editor & Designer Availability

Editing — Unavailable until further notice.
Designing — Unavailable until further notice.
Transcribing — Unavailable until further notice.
updated 19 January 2021

Stay safe during the pandemic. I am prioritizing my mental health and will not be available for new projects.


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Recent Posts

2021, Part Three: March

We’ve got a sort wrap-up for March 2021. The rain dominated and I felt just as scattered as the precipitation.

2021, Part Two: February

At some point this final week, I forgot February had only 28 days. Was I here for this month? In a way, yes. Was I present? …Nope. But let’s get back to reality and look at books, music, games, mental health, accomplishments, highlights, and plans from February 2021!

I Got Promoted While Feeling Like a Failure from Burnout

After overworking myself in 2020, feeling like a failure when I crashed from my burnout at the end of the year, I earned a promotion and have found a renewed sense of hesitant motivation, despite still feeling like a failure.

2021, Part One: January

Let’s look at January: books I read, music I enjoyed, games I played, mental health struggles, and my accomplishments.

Social Media Addiction: Breaking My Behaviour

I want to break my social media addiction. Passive consumption consumes my life. A social media addiction is a bad habit I know I can break.

Cheerless Marrow

Look, I’m sad and expressing it in poetry helps. Bipolar disorder is hard. I am not in crisis, I’m just real fuckin’ sad.