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Profile Summary
Star Rating
Completed Orders 133
Revisions/Order 0.07
Repeat Clients 30%
Last Login 9/27/2016
Location Houston, TX
Education College Diploma
Status Available
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Summary of Experience
After spending two decades in the information systems industry, Mark R. Whittington became a full-time writer. He is published in the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, the Houston Chronicle, The Hill, and The Weekly Standard. He has also written for Yahoo News.

Whittington is the author of a number of books, the latest being “Why is it So Hard to Go Back to the Moon?”

He has written for a wide variety of corporate clients on subjects that include science and health research, technology, legal issues, popular culture, the environment, renewable energy, domestic and world politics, travel, food, and the effects of the Internet and social media on society, among others.
Specialties
Writing specialties include science and health research, technology, legal issues, popular culture, the environment, renewable energy, domestic and world politics, travel, food, and the effects of the Internet and social media on society,
Interests
Science, technology, travel, food, history, politics.
Education
University of Houston History and Journalism, BA

Studied journalism as well as ancient and Middle Eastern history.


Projects by Industry
Health

The following is from a blog post written for a hospital and concerned the dangers of smoking, including statistics and health effects.

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Blog Post

The following is from a blog post for a law firm comparing the concepts of civil law and common law in the United States.

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Journalist

The following is from an opinion piece written for USA Today.

Projects by Writing Style
Authoritative

The following was written for an alternative energy group. It concerned how banks and investment firms are beginning to invest funds into solar energy projects.

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