Writer #12570
Benbrook, TX
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4 Star Rating
3 Love Lists
9 Clients
21,000 Words
With a degree in Writing secured from Texas Christian University, Rhamy has put his knowledge to the test in the time since. Though he's an aspiring novelist with several manuscripts to his name, he's also been a freelance writer and blogger for over three years, with millions of typed-up words to prove it. Always eager to entertain the masses and offer up enlightening information, he'll gladly take on any task that lets him use his writing to make the world a better place -- even if it just amounts to putting a smile on one reader's face.

Highlights

Orders
25
Last Login
4/29/16
Samples
4

Industry Projects

  • Gaming100+
  • Entertainment50+
  • Humor6

Summary of Industry Experience

Gaming

As a contributor to Gamer Headlines, Rhamy has written a number of articles dedicated to video games. From direct and informative news posts to in-depth opinion pieces, he has compiled no small number of published articles there.

Additionally, he has written posts for gaming website Destructoid on a consistent basis -- several of which have been promoted directly to the site's front page, as requested by fans and readers alike.

Entertainment

Though his expertise and passion lie with video games, Rhamy is no stranger to the entertainment industry. With articles written for sites like JBG News and Lolwot, he has not only proven an ability to find new and accurate information, but to report on it in an entertaining manner.

Humor

Although a good deal of his writing includes a humorous tone, some of Rhamy's published work is specifically geared toward bringing the laughs. His list articles have at once proven informative and comical, and a treat for anyone who gives them a read.

Product Projects

  • Blog Post500+

Summary of Product Experience

Blog Post

Rhamy runs his own blog, Cross-Up, via the Blogger platform -- and has done so almost without interruption for more than three years. Although the current rate of release is two posts a week, that hasn't stopped him from building an archive of over six hundred essay-length yet informal posts; the majority of them are in-depth analyses of video games, movies, TV shows, and more. Those looking for a fresh perspective aren't left wanting.

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