Jenny is hesitant to pinpoint any general or specific specialties as she does not want to be overlooked for any project. However, she enjoys (and is good at) research and all kinds of legal documents.
Jenny's spare time is spent with her dogs and taking long walks on her ranch in Idaho. During the winter when temperatures are low and snow drifts high, she finds herself immersed in work. Part of the allure to writing is the inherent educational value it offers and of which Jenny takes full advantage.
While Jenny obtained her college education late in life, she, nevertheless, benefited tremendously from her four-year stint in school. She worked tirelessly towards obtaining her degree in a field for which she has much passion and regard. The experience is her starting point when tackling new projects or finding herself in unfamiliar territory. Perseverance is key.
Jenny had 25 years legal experience under her belt prior to attending college. Once she graduated, she took on freelance writing in order to support herself while obtaining her Master's in education. Unfortunately, due to some bad luck and poor timing, Jenny gave up her dream to teach; however, found a niche in the writing world. She has done much in the way of independent research projects and assisting individuals in real-life court cases as a paralegal. She has been able to utilize that experience when doing research projects set in the legal genre.
Much of Jenny's work is done requiring extensive research; however, now and then she is hired to prepare business papers, such as business plans or annual or monthly statements. While the research is not as extensive over a broad area, it is more intensely focused on a single business and, possibly, a couple competitors. The challenge is to include as much material as is required without being redundant or incorrect in the telling.