One of the finest compliments I received from a reader of my second book was that as they read my words, they felt that I was there speaking with them. Good writing reaches out to the reader and makes them feel engaged with the information being presented. That does not mean that the writing has to be informal (I have written for encyclopedias as well as blogs), but it does mean that the writer is aware of their audience. Whether I am ghostwriting a piece about nuclear power or blogging about food, I write for an audience, ensuring that you...
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Author of three published books: Lexington: Then and Now (Arcadia), Wicked Lexington (The History Press), and A Culinary History of Kentucky: Burgoo, Beer Cheese & Goetta (The History Press).
Editor of Kentucky Doc and Health & Wellness magazines.
Member of American Society of American Journalists.
Author of book project on history of nuclear power plant in Paducah, written for Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute.
Specific research and publishing experience in areas of sexual health, fertility, and reproductive issues.
Former managing editor of KSHA Communicator, bimonthly newsletter for Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
I have written and edited for encyclopedias, books (fiction and non fiction), magazines, websites, blogs, doctoral theses, and more.
Previous clients have included: American Cowboy, BarBop Catering, Budget Travel magazine, EBSCO, Healthline, Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, Kentucky Monthly, Kentucky Research Consortium for Energy and the Environment, Kofi Limited, Mamas Health, MuseItUp Publishing, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education.
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