Michele specializes in active voice with an eye to being persuasive and engaging. She keeps her writing factual and to the point without being dry. Her goal is to bring the reader into the article and keep them interested with the information she provides.
Content types she has written includes: informational pages, white pages, press releases, product descriptions, blog posts, SEO articles of all lengths, and blurbs. Word length has ranged from 70 words all the way up to 2000 and beyond.
She can and has written in all kinds of voices. If the work calls for first, second, third, casual or strictly informational, she does it as requested.
Michele is always interested in learning about new things whether it be fabricating a piece of jewelry from scratch, learning about the latest consumer technology that's hitting the market, or reading up on the latest in tax law changes from the IRS. Her interests vary greatly and sound a bit eclectic when taking into consideration she enjoys researching and writing about anything from legal topics to the latest and greatest in skin care products. What it's all about for Michele is the opportunity to learn, understand, and gain competency, even mastery, in her interests so she can show and teach others how to do the same.
Received a full arts education that was grounded in reality. Education involved learning how to build a garment from pattern to finish for the major and lesser courses followed a similar style. Teachers taught students how to start from the ground up in order to achieve the finished design no matter what type of class it was. Understudy involved taking a variety of English literature classes and workshops.
Michele has created content for a variety of legal topics that include personal injury, bankruptcy, tax law, defective drugs and medical malpractice. She makes it a point to avoid offering legal advice while explaining the law in a way that the layman can understand it. Her desire is to help non-legal minds grasp the laws that apply to their situation. Michele is also capable of discussing the kind of assistance that a lawyer gives to a client without promising results.
Michele has spent her entire life involved in business. It began when her father opened his own company in 1973. There she learned about the ins and outs of being an entrepreneur at an early age. This has led her to owning a specialty transportation company with employees, then turning to entrepreneurship after leaving the transportation industry.
Michele has been working as an independent fashion designer since graduating in 1993. She has built men's suit jackets by hand, constructed complicated Renaissance garments, created hats from different materials, and has made handbags. Michele has designed and created everything that goes on the body except for shoes, and those are next!
Michele has spent most of her life working with horses, doing everything from riding in a variety of disciplines to providing equine health care. She has ridden dressage, hunter/jumper, Western and has also driven horses professionally. While it's never possible to completely know everything about the equine, she does possess a deep knowledge about how to handle, care for and maintain a horse in a variety of conditions. Michele can explain how to fit a saddle, position a bit in the mouth, and how to properly harness the horse. She can also explain how to wrap legs, when and why, how to heal a stubborn saddle sore and discuss the various types of colic and how to recognize them.
Michele has wide-ranging experience with personal and small business taxes. She can explain how to itemize deductions on a Schedule A and how important Schedule C is for the self-employed. Michele is also knowledgeable in the areas where the legal field and taxes overlap.
She is very aware of the importance of interpreting tax rules correctly, and goes straight to the source (IRS) to read them firsthand. It is important to her that she have the correct grasp of the rule in question so as to provide her client with the most accurate information possible.
Michele has created over a thousand pieces of content for the auto industry. Her main strength is in writing detailed descriptions of individual models from various manufacturers, breaking down trim packages, discussing engines and powertrains, explaining the different types of traction control and beyond. She is also very capable of explaining the mechanics of a vehicle and explaining it in a way that the average car buyer can understand.
Michele can also write about cars in voices that range from professional to irreverent a la Top Gear and everything inbetween.
Michele is a creative person who has learned how to master several different crafts including sewing garments and accessories, creating complex designs out of beads, making finished jewelry pieces such as rings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, and more out of precious metals, and works with resin to make finished pieces of jewelry.
She makes it a point to never stop learning about how to create a piece from start to finish. That includes gathering the right materials, picking the best tools for the job, and willing to learn from the mistakes she makes in the middle of a project. Michele understands that there is no one right way to make a piece and makes it a point to keep a flexible and open mind as she learns how to create.
Not only does Michele focus on mastering her chosen craft, she also loves to share the process with others. Her goal is to create content that's easily understood, doesn't overlook a crucial step, and shares the tricks she's learned to improve a process. Michele wants others to experience the joy and pleasure of creating objects with their own hands, and makes it a point to write content in language that's easily understood by beginners and experienced crafters alike.
Michele has written thousands of articles on many subjects, ranging from bankruptcy issues, entertainment topics, merchant service accounts, informational items about horses to all forms of insurance.
The writer focuses on areas that there is familiarity with in order to provide work that cannot be impeached for inaccuracies. When straying out of a familiar area, the writer thoroughly researches for information that has a general consensus on the topic before starting to write.
Michele has written blog posts on a variety of subjects. Topics include writing topical blogs for law firms, conversational blogs about personal finances, automotive related topics and more.
Michele has written many blog posts over the years on a wide variety of subjects, learning about the subject matter while writing about it. The education translates into being able to write a concise blog post about the subject the next time work of this nature arises.
Michele has written white papers mainly on legal subjects. When creating this type of work, the papers are written with thorough and absolute research, to the point of talking with experts in the subject matter. This is to create a solid and thorough final work that educates, explains and defends the current thinking on the given subject.
Michele has written thousands of product descriptions of all types. She focuses on making the description pop so your potential customer feels good about the product they're looking to buy. Michele uses her training in design to pick out all the details of the product and bring them forward in a clear and concise manner while making the product sound inviting and interesting.