Technical writing, copy writing for web sites, books
The Bible, marriage and family issues, woodworking, business, home repair, tools, all types of do-it-yourself projects, mechanics and of course, writing.
Although I worked for 15 years as an engineer, I never earned my degree. I was promoted to engineer based upon my work "above and beyond the call of duty" as a production technician. It was only then that I decided to study engineering. However, I gave up my studies, realizing that what I was learning had little to do with my job.
This is an honorary doctorate I was awarded at the same time I received my Masters Degree. I was totally flabbergasted! While I had in mind working towards my doctorate, I wasn't expecting to receive it at that time. This degree is based upon the 52 books and other writings I had done to that date.
Studies completed on the Bible, biblical history, church history, marriage & family, biblical application to daily life
Wrote an entire web site (150+ pages) of how to build your own home. Additionally I have written many articles for construction companies, specifically remodeling and HVAC, explaining why to do certain things. I also write remodeling how-to articles regularly for a number of web sites.
I have written a large amount on marriage, being romantic, and sexual health. All of my marriage and relationship advice is done from a Biblical perspective, although I don't always quote the Bible. I will not write on dating or how to seduce a woman. I also have a daily blog, called "Romantic Act of the Day" where I give romance and relationship advice to men.
I worked 15 years as a manufacturing engineering, first for a medical equipment manufacturer, then for a transit bus manufacturer, so I am familiar with many types of manufacturing
As a former manufacturing engineer, I am knowledgeable about tools and hardware especially tools. I am especially strong on woodworking tools as that is a hobby of mine, along with home improvement.
I write op-ed pieces about problems with the educational system; how to help your child succeed in school; ways to improve the educational system. I am also very strong in writing training material for industry.
As part of the missions work that I do, I have given a number of seminars on child raising. So, I suppose that I should warn you, all my child raising material is written from a Biblical perspective. Within that perspective, I can provide quality content.
Basically, the automotive writing which I have done has been dealing with automotive repair, tools & equipment. I am not good at writing automotive reviews or reviews of specific accessories.
I enjoy writing humor most of all. There's something very satisfying about being able to create something that makes people laugh. I have a daily blog, called "Daily Satire" on Blogspot, where I write a short satire every day. I find that satire is a great format for making fun of life. I also wrote a column called "The Insurance Lady" which was an Ann Landers type column, except giving humorous insurance advice.
I was a manufacturing engineer, with a predominantly digital electronics background. Therefore, I write technical articles on manufacturing of electronics; there's lots of other people who write about gadgets, so I don't bother
I have run two different small non-profit organizations, one a missions organization and the other a ministerial alliance. As part of this, I had to promote the organizations and write grants.
Manufacturing, logistics, home building, do-it-yourself, marriage & family, photography, industry
I have 2 blogs, plus have written a number of articles for blogs of others
I have written 78 books to date, between my own titles and those I have written as a freelancer. All my books are self-published. I sell about 1,000 copies of my books per year