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Thousands of articles later, the lessons I’ve learned at national publications as well as at several large daily and weekly newspapers – knowing your audience and rewriting – influence every piece I write. For more than a decade I’ve worked as a reporter, editor, freelancer, and marketing professional. Want to learn to write any length on any platform? You’ve come to the right place. Hire me to edit your work. There are many ways in which I can help you.

 

 

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Doing your homework

Doing your homework

Some say it’s all about the preparation. Whether a state official or homeowner, find out what you can about the person. You must always do your homework. But in an interview, if you ask about facts you should already know, you may just buil[...]
From Large to Small Writing Decisions

From Large to Small Writing Decisions

Writing is about decisions. Some writers’ decisions are large such as what should I write about? Others are small like choosing the correct word. Every decision writers make build upon the next. Learning how to organize a large story is [...]
Read a lot

Read a lot

It doesn’t matter what you choose to pick up. Every article, book, Facebook post has its lessons. Perhaps more often than not the bad books can teach us the most, showing us a writer who falls in love with a certain phrase or word and overu[...]
Verbs Breathe Life into Your Piece; Adverbs Clutter

Verbs Breathe Life into Your Piece; Adverbs Clutter

“Verbs are the most important of all of your tools,” according to William Zinsser. The English language has such a wide variety of verbs. Think of your choices: abandon, address, forecast, multiply, murder and party, to name a few. Using pr[...]