Eric specializes in multiple types of writing, including research-based academic work, blogging, content creation, product description, journalism (sports and entertainment reviews), FAQ topics, and "how to" guides.
Eric's hobbies include writing short stories, books, and plays, hiking, playing and listening to music, kayaking, yoga, traveling, learning about history, playing video games, and swimming. Some of his most engaging writing projects were fueled by these loves, including a brief stint writing for "Fun Online Games," reviewing interesting pieces of art, and trying to teach people to relax in a natural environment.
Eric received an undergraduate degree in journalism, with a heavy focus on history. Worked for two years on the school newspaper, "The Lumberjack," both as a writer and editor. Worn multiple Michigan collegiate journalism awards, including "Headlines Of The Year" and second place for a music review.
Eric received an undergraduate degree in English with a minor in History. Performed in an improvisational comedy group "On The Spot," as well as in various writing groups and poetry societies.
Eric continued his studies at his undergraduate alma matter, receiving a graduate degree in "Fiction Writing." He also heavily studied non-fiction writing and poetry. Active member of the graduate student union.
With three years of experience writing in the health field, Eric has covered a myriad of topics. Primarily, he has written about addiction and addiction recovery, but he has also written on personal health needs, including weight loss and skin health.
Like everyone, Eric loves food and writing about it. He has written heavily on the impact of food on health, created his own unique recipes, and even written about wine and other alcoholic beverages.
Gardening is a passion of Eric's, particularly pest control. He has written multiple pieces of content about mosquito control, spider control, dealing with roaches, and more. He believes that pest control is a crucial way to avoid disease spread and other dangers.
Eric has spent six years ghostwriting blog content for a variety of different clients. He researches unique topics, finds intriguing supporting information, and writes content that catches the eye and informs the reader.
Eric was a sports writer for a daily newspaper for three years. During this time, he covered multiple sporting events, including several state championship runs. He was also responsible for editing and creating blog content. Self-motivation was key to this particular job, as he had to create many of his own topics.