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An eclectic client portfolio means I am never bored. Above are some examples of my writing.

Hot Off The Press

Two New Essays
I have two newly published essays on the Erma Bombeck Writer’s Workshop Blog!

On the off chance that you don’t recognize her name, Erma Bombeck was a renowned humorist in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s who entertained millions of readers — including my Mom and me — with her newspaper column, At Wit’s End. She wrote about the ups and downs of life as a wife and mother with wit, warmth and relatability, and set the bar high for all humor essayists who want to follow in her footsteps. I’m thrilled to appear on the blog.

Hope you enjoy the stories!
What Are You Looking For? Here Are My Deliverables:
What are you looking for?
Talent
I’ve spent 20 years writing quality articles and profiles for a wide range of happy clients who hire me over and over again.
Talent
I’ve spent 20 years writing quality articles and profiles for a wide range of happy clients who hire me over and over again.
A Critical Eye
Nothing makes me happier than choosing exactly the right words and crafting clear and perfect sentences that will get your point across while engaging your readers.
A Critical Eye
Nothing makes me happier than choosing exactly the right words and crafting clear and perfect sentences that will get your point across while engaging your readers.
Work Ethic
I have a reputation for delivering assignments on time, at the requested word count, with just the right angle or message.
Work Ethic
I have a reputation for delivering assignments on time, at the requested word count, with just the right angle or message.
Flexibility
My wheelhouse includes fundraising, education, the arts, real estate and zoo management, but I’ve successfully tackled subjects outside my comfort zone -- nonprofit investment policies, golf tourism and RVs, to name a few.
Flexibility
My wheelhouse includes fundraising, education, the arts, real estate and zoo management, but I’ve successfully tackled subjects outside my comfort zone -- nonprofit investment policies, golf tourism and RVs, to name a few.
Sense of Humor
Work is serious, but life is too short not to laugh.
Sense of Humor
Work is serious, but life is too short not to laugh.
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