Writer #1526
Wheeling, WV
4 Star Rating
44 Love Lists
35 Clients
75,000 Words
Kim is a veteran freelance writer, small business consultant and jewelry designer. As a freelancer, she has researched and written on a variety of subjects, but her areas of expertise are small business, education, online learning, accounting, SEO and social media. Kim has a BA in English and business administration, a Masters in Adult Education and is currently pursuing her MBA and EdD in Instructional Design and Elearning. Kim believes that writing is a form of education, and brings the same enthusiasm she has in the classroom to her writing. If you want a writer who can impart knowledge in an entertaining fashion, she is the writer for you.


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Industry Projects

  • Real Estate100+
  • Insurance100+
  • Humor100+
  • Education100+
  • Career100+
  • Craft100+
  • Women50+
  • Travel5

Summary of Industry Experience

Real Estate

Kim is an experienced real estate writer. She has written property descriptions, and about the industry in general. Her strongest areas include, but are not limited to:
*Short sales
*General real estate information
*Buying tips
*Selling tips
*Industry research


Kim is an experienced insurance industry writer. Having worked in and around insurance for over 20 years, she has in-depth knowledge regarding medical, life, auto and home insurance. She has a natural ability to explain insurance details so her readers can understand the intricate ins and out of their policies, which helps them know the type of coverages they need.


Kim wrote the column, Moments of Clarity, which was heavy on humor, for two years. She had taught how to inject humor into everyday writing, as well as a humor writing class. Humor writing comes naturally to her, and she finds that it is a challenge not to inject humor into her writing. This can be both a blessing and a curse for her, depending on the topic and the client's request.


As a holder of a Masters in Adult Education and Training, Kim lists adult education and online programs as her dominant areas in this category, but she has also written informational articles for students as well. She is currently pursing her EdD in the areas of Curriculum and Development, E-learning and Instructional Design.


Kim has written many articles on how to get started in a career, how to maintain a career, how to move up in a career...the education a career requires and how much various careers pay. Whether you want to be a phlebotomist, attorney, dirt farmer or an underwater basket weaver and welder, she has written an article describing how to do it.


Kim owns KAF Creations, a jewelry design firm, so writing about how to create different types of jewelry is a natural by-product from her second profession. She has written articles, blog posts and created PowerPoint presentations and videos explaining how to create different types of jewelry, accessories and home decor. From chainmaille to bead and wire work, to embroidery and crochet, Kim has done it and she's written about it.


Kim has written a variety of articles, blog posts and web copy about women, for women and regarding the issues that women are most concerned about -- career, family, romance, relationships, health and finances. She started her career as a columnist who chronicled her daily life of juggling all the above-mentioned things, while still trying to squeeze in some "me" time.


Kim has described hotels and tourist attractions for cities all over the United States, informed readers of emergency procedures in other countries and offered general travel advice, such as safety issues, transportation options and cultural differences. Her focus is mainly on the United States, but she is also familiar with other countries and cultures and can write about them with authority as well.

Product Projects

  • Article1,000+
  • Blog Post100+

Summary of Product Experience


The bulk of my writing career is writing articles. Magazine writing, ezine writing and web copy on a variety of subjects is dominant. She does not believe in adhering to a specific word count, but instead thinks that you should use as many words as you need to thoroughly cover a topic. No more, no less. She is not a fan of fluff writing, but can offer the client whatever he needs.

Blog Post

Kim has written a lot of blog posts, on a lot of topics for clients and for her own blogs. Her subject matter is extensive and diverse and she's capable of writing educational, persuasive and entertaining posts. Most of her posts are ghost-written so samples of her work cannot be readily shown, but her personal blog is an excellent example of her more casual writing style.

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