Writing is something very familiar to Maxine. Resume writing, Article Marketing, Blog Writing and Copy writing have been an integral part of her literary experience.
But let's take a look at what brought Maxine and the literary experience together.
As a previous Independent Living Program Coordinator, Maxine worked with teenage mothers in-house, in need of resume-writing services. She focused on producing:Chronological, Functional and Volunteer resumes for that population in group tutorial form and during one-on-one counseling sessions. Therefore, clientele did receive time carved out from her to assist them.
As mentioned earlier, Article Marketing, Blog Writing and Copywriting are a part of Maxine's literary forte. She had been a member of the American Writers & Artists Incorporated (AWAI) organization as well as the Wealthy Web Writing Community, which is a branch of AWAI. For Maxine, inspiration comes from a number of sources. "What's Trending Topics", News/Media Outlets such as CNN and Fox News as well as crime-drama televised programming; particularly: "Law & Order" which represent the reality of law enforcement and address hot-button topics including police brutality against citizens and questionable shootings. That is heavy material at its very essence. For Maxine, at that point, the literary forces take over. Hence, Maxine is known to vascillate towards light-hearted topics, that promote the spirit of giving; paying-it-forward-moments directed towards others, blended with heartwarming-topics. Family Reunification pieces that have an obvious "feel-good" element are always on Maxine's writers-to-do-list. The Holidays often serve as a catalyst and backdrop for such a writing platform.
Physical Fitness is something of dire importance to Maxine because our health comes with a certain urgency......the need to eat better, get moving so that overall functioning is not brought to a halt. Maxine in her writer's gut is cognizant of the fact that her best literary work is linked to the length and strength of physical and cerebal activity. Exercise clears her mind and helps her write with clarity on a variety of issues, such as those mentioned above.