What makes a well-rounded writer? The ability to research, investigate submission requirements, and work with a variety of editors. If you’ve popped over to The Library and viewed my content, copy, and blogging work, you know I’m not afraid of digging into any topic. (And if you didn’t, you should) But these gorgeous publications? They demonstrate another facet of my writing.
- Can you count on me to find appropriate sources and interviews to document a claim?
- Do I understand the scientific process?
- Will you get the perfect blend of storytelling and information that connects with customers?
- Am I flexible enough to work on a deadline?
That’s where these book, journal, and magazine publications come in handy. Print (and even online) sources bring different expectations with them. But I rolled with the punches.
And I can do the same for you!
(Oh, and if you’re worried about affiliate links, you’re in the clear. I don’t make a cent if you click a link. Any compensation I received already made its way into the bank. And odds are the Minions spent everything eons ago)
- “The Demon Assistant” in Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Clever, Curious, Caring Cat. Ed. Amy Newmark. Chicken Soup for the Soul, LLC. Sept 2021.
- Davis, Andria, George Maul, and Jeffrey Simmons. Oct. 15, 2001. “Seawater Temperature Trends at USA Tide Gauge Sites.” Geophysical Research Letters.
- “Something Borrowed, Something Sanitized.” Offbeat Bride. Dec. 21, 2020. https://offbeatbride.com/something-borrowed-something-sanitized/.
- Zak, Ivan, DVM, MBA. Ghostwritten. “A New Approach to Solving Veterinary Burnout.” Nov. 2020. Today’s Veterinary Business. todaysveterinarybusiness.com/lean-thinking-veterinary-burnout
- “Planning a Wedding During Plague Time.” Offbeat Bride. Nov. 9, 2020. https://offbeatbride.com/wedding-during-plague/.
- Balabanov, Alex. Ghostwritten. “Digital Technolgy and the Future of Veterinary Medicine.” Sep. 9, 2020. Vetstoria. https://www.vetstoria.com/blog/digital-technology-and-the-future-of-veterinary-medicine/