As a freelance web designer myself, I'll give you my opinion:
1. the lighter text on the services page is too light, darken it a touch. (see #4)
2. needs more white space. seriously. I probably have had too much on mine, but i was listening to a not-so-creative programmer at the time. I'm rectifying my whitespace, but still giving it color and ample whitespace.
3. lose the underlines on your links. don't ask me how in straight code. I can do it in Dreamweaver...
4. keep your text all black. Maybe make links the 'pink', but unless it's linked, keep it black... for consistency's sake.
now for the questions:
1. what program are you using to design?
2. do you prefer coding, or would you rather be a WYSIWYG designer like me? I'm not a programmer... not do I have much desire to be. code gives me headaches that would make nations crumble to their knees... i design in Dreamweaver (vastly superior to Frontpage...). I've been using a variety of programs to do my image work, but will (finally) be getting a full copy of Fireworks this weekend. That allows me to do thumbnails/albums galore, plus it links to Dreamweaver and is sweet to work with. MUCH easier than doing them individually. Did that in FP... yuck-phooey.
The colors are nice, the logo is also very nice. If I'm lucky enough to pick my cover designer for my future novels, I'll let you know...
is the address on the contact page an actual office address? I would hope so. I use a PO Box, because I work out of my home.
You may want to, down the road, make another page on there about you and your company. I suggest this to my clients. i also do it for myself (most of the time).
I'd show you my biz site, but I really need to tweak it again. I was going through a phase of 'must redesign sites' (don't ask how many I personally have... it's a sickness) then my move to Oregon got bumped up. I'll be re-establishing myself and business out there.
Just a few things...