Writer #3208
Sioux Falls, SD
6 Star Rating
738 Love Lists
538 Clients
2,915,000 Words
Miranda specializes in travel writing with a focus on cultural aspects including the truck driving industry, ecotourism, road trips, solo female travel, and culinary delights from every plate on earth. As a freelance writer Miranda is equally interested in all aspects of creative nonfiction, whether writing product descriptions, press releases, website content or rock-and-roll trivia questions.

She is trained as a certified librarian practitioner, which combines her love of community with reading. Since January 2015 Miranda has worked for Randall-Reilly as a web content writer. She has written more than 150,000 words, and counting, for various truck driving job recruitment sites. Miranda works closely with a team via Randall-Reilly in order to produce shareable and knowledge-rich content for their sites.

Miranda has written travel articles for USA Today, as well as green living articles for the United Nations of Eco-Friendly Citizens Forum. Many of her articles have been recirculated across multiple channels, such as one of her travel articles, "Puerta Vallarta Excursions," which was reprinted by Puerta Vallarta's Banderas News.

In 2013 Miranda was the community manager and writer for a social website for sociology. She managed new writers for the site, as well as all social media profiles. Additionally she wrote fresh academic level content for the site. Since she took on the project in February 2013, Miranda and her team brought the site from a 200+ ranking on Google to 30th.

Also in 2013, Miranda created a webinar about blogging for public libraries, which she was selected to present as part of the Nebraska Library Commission's Big Talks from Small Libraries. The presentation on social media is available on the N.L.C. website.

Miranda was a regular writer for the Platte Enterprise in Platte, South Dakota from 2012 to 2014. She wrote a column, as the Loquacious Librarian, in reference to her role as librarian at the Platte Public Library. The column included community programming, book reviews, and information about upcoming library events.

When Miranda is not working on content writing, she is writing fantasy fiction with a horror bent. Her novel, "In Them Trees," is a modern day Southern Gothic tale that weaves Miranda's Southern Appalachian roots through world travels and an exploration of giants in the fictional community of Magnolia Hollow.


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Miranda B's Annual Report Product Experience

2 Projects Completed

As the co-director of the Platte Public Library, one of Miranda's duties is the annual report. This report is managed by the South Dakota State Library. Miranda collects and reports the annual data, which includes financial statements, circulation numbers, and board details. She also analyzes and interprets the data, which is comparable to all other libraries in the state, in order to make budgetary decisions and for marketing efforts.

Industry Projects

  • Health1,000+
  • Transportation1,000+
  • Other500+
  • Banking100+
  • Manufacturing100+
  • Craft100+
  • Agriculture100+
  • Office100+
  • Kids/Family100+
  • Medical100+
  • Music100+
  • Travel100+
  • Relationships100+
  • Marketing100+
  • Green Products100+
  • Food100+
  • Outdoor/Recreation100+
  • Green Services100+
  • High Tech100+
  • Education50+
  • Non Profit20+
  • Women20+
  • Garden20+
  • Green Living20+
  • Web Development10+

Summary of Industry Experience


Writing in the industry of health, Miranda has researched and composed blogs, press releases, SEO content and social media posts for dentists, heart centers, vascular centers, family physicians and cosmetic surgeons.


Since birth, Miranda has lived with a family of truck drivers. As a result, she continues to be interested in the current state of the transportation industry. She has written content for logistics companies, as well as for transportation firms interested in the latest DOT regulations and rules. For example, content Miranda has currently covered for clients includes the implementation of electronic logs in commercial trucks.


Miranda has completed hundreds of projects in industries not listed including youth program development, librarian material coding, survey creation, focus group question writer and census taker. She has also conducted and transcribed interviews and focus group responses.


Miranda worked for United Community Bank for four years as a loan assistant, teller and switchboard operator. Her time working in the industry provided her with training and hands-on experience with loan applications, credit scores, accounting and bookkeeping.


Miranda worked at a small-scale family owned juice bottling factory in all aspects from the assembly line to serving as the human resource manager. She created and printed labels, and has since written about label products including Datamax and Zebra in-house printers.


Miranda has specialized in papier-mache, homemade costumes, and eco-friendly home decor. Her work has also focused on preschool and children's crafts, as well as holiday crafting.


Miranda worked on a family farm from age 15 to 27. During that time she managed the clientele for the hay production and sales, as well as the sales and shipping for a cider bottling facility. Her roles also included handling, purchasing and sales of seasonal produce and food items. She wore many hats during her stint in agriculture including bookkeeper, payroll manager, HACCP advisor, customer service representative, marketing/advertising manager, and human resources administrator.


Miranda worked as the human resource manager in the office of a cider manufacturer. She managed payroll, taxes, accounting, and invoices. Additionally, Miranda was in charge of the customer ordering and basket building for the annual holiday fruit basket service. She also created and printed custom and standard bottle labels for customers. Her skills range from DataMax printing to OSHA paperwork completion.


As a stay at home mom, Miranda uses her experience as she writes about kids and family in topics that include DIY games, stay-at-home parenting, foster care issues, homeschooling, and handmade project ideas for preschooling students.


Miranda writes for the medical industry on a regular basis. Some of her clients include alcohol addiction recovery centers and family-focused clinics. Typically Miranda writes new content for medical websites. She has also written manuals, brochures and reports for medical associates and teams to be used on a professional level. Miranda has also written for alternative medicine in the arena of medical marijuana, as well as for home care nursing sites.


As a music enthusiast whose tastes range from roots music to classical tunes, Miranda loves to write about her passion. She has written thousands of trivia questions pertaining to the histories and experiences of musicians ranging from Jim Morrison to Macklemore. Additionally she is knowledgeable about the current position of digitalized music, i.e. the latest news on Apple's acquisition of Beats or choosing between Spotify and Pandora.


Miranda is a world traveler who loves to write about her experiences traveling in the US and abroad. Her work has been featured on USA Today Travel Tips, and she has written for eGuides Mexico. One of her more recent articles written for USA Today was published by Banderas News in Puerta Vallarta.


As Miranda earned her master's in sociology, she studied social structures between couples, groups, families and organizations with focus. Now she is able to write about relationships for websites and social media platforms including blogs. She has explored a multitude of relationships as the social media manager of www.sociology.com.


Miranda has worked as the marketing director for two fundraisers at the Platte Public Library: the Tour of Homes in 2011 and A Homestead Holiday in 2012. Miranda interviewed home owners and a South Dakota author to write 5 feature articles, in addition to the publication of 8 press releases for the fundraisers. These press releases were published in the Platte Enterprise.

She was also responsible for creating and posting all signage pertaining to the advertisement of the events.

Miranda also met one on one with local business owners to garner attention for the vendor booths for A Homestead Holiday, and coordinated with the guest speaker, author Steve Riedel, for the event. For A Homestead Holiday, the library was able to raise nearly $4500, which is the most they have ever made on a single fundraising effort.

Green Products

As someone who uses green products, from eco-safe cleaners to organic produce, in her daily life, Miranda has the insight needed to write about environmentally conscious products. She has written blogs regarding going paperless as freelancers *see sample for details; transforming your home office using green products; and how to update your home decor via eco-friendly items. Her green product expertise ranges from green products of the past to the future of going green around the globe.


Miranda has written on topics that include Southern cuisine, authentic Mexican dishes, Indian spices, preservation methods and cake decorating. Her love of cooking and food preparation in her everyday shines through in her writing. She prefers to work with made-from-scratch recipes specifically with desserts and breads, as well as organic and fresh-from-the-garden ingredients. She has recently perfected cake pops and pumpkin bread.


As an outdoor enthusiast who loves to camp, fish, hike and otherwise enjoy the Great Outdoors, Miranda often pens works devoted to nature. Her work has included Travel Tips for USA Today on topics including How to Camp in the Badlands *see sample, to exploring Europe on a bicycle.

Green Services

As an advocate for green living, Miranda is highly knowledgeable in the latest green services to hit the markets. Whether you want content pertaining to green services for new home owners in San Francisco, or you are interested in a white paper regarding LEED certification in Australia, Miranda has the experience to complete the task.

High Tech

From cloud based computing to the top choices of marketing software for freelancers, Miranda is skilled in high tech content. Her work ranges from blogging about the latest iPhone product to choosing between a hybrid or private cloud computing system. App development, the latest high tech gadgets for gifts, and determining how to best secure your tech system round out the latest topics in high tech written by Miranda.


Miranda has written articles for home school including how to get started, using curriculum, laws in various US states, and "road schooling". She has also written professionally in subjects pertaining to sociology including social theory, statistics and social justice.

Non Profit

Miranda works at the nonprofit, the Platte Public Library, as a librarian who is in training to become the director.

She coordinates and leads the monthly children's story time, and library book club, as well as an OverDrive Open House that provides training for patrons interested in the eBook lending program.

Miranda is also the designer and blogger for the Platte Library blog, as well as the administrator the Platte Library Facebook page.

Additionally, Miranda writes a monthly column, the Loquacious Librarian, for the local newspaper the Platte Enterprise. She details the latest happenings at the library, in addition to spotlighting activities taking place within the community.


Miranda served as an intern for one academic year at a rape crisis center during her undergraduate years as a sociology student. That experience exposed Miranda to the commonplace domestic violence that women, most commonly, endure. She worked with single women, young mothers and elderly females who had been raped or molested and whom were in treatment and recovery at the center. Additionally Miranda was in charge of maintaining an inventory of medical supplies and new admissions kits in the medical exam room onsite.


As an organic home gardener, Miranda uses her expertise to write about using companion planting methods, Native American planting techniques, organic gardening, and all-natural pesticides.

Green Living

Miranda is an avid environmentalist. Her passion for ecologically friendly topics has been expressed through her writing on topics that include the negative sides to SUVs, deforestation, major environmental issues, and oil spills. She is a featured blogger on the United Nations Of Green Citizens American Assembly Forum. As a graduate student Miranda studied environmental issues and sustainability. She considers herself a green living expert, and has also written extensively pertaining to tips to make one's life and home more sustainable.

Web Development

Miranda is the community manager and writer for a social website for sociology. She manages new writers for the site, as well as all social media profiles. Additionally she writes fresh content for the site. Since she took on the project in February 2013, Miranda and her team have brought the site from a 200+ ranking on Google to 30th.

Product Projects

  • Blog Post1,000+
  • Article1,000+
  • Product Description1,000+
  • Web Page500+
  • Twitter Post100+
  • Facebook Post100+
  • Press Release100+
  • Grant/Proposal20+
  • Brochure20+
  • Book6
  • Webinar2
  • Annual Report2

Summary of Product Experience

Blog Post

Miranda writes blog posts for a wide range of clients that offer services, such as cloud based storage and social media tips. She is also a frequent writer for the Writer Access blog, which presents tips and advice for writers, small businesses and marketing agencies. Recently, Miranda was honored with an interview in Writer Wisdom Wednesday on the Writer Access blog roll. In May 2014 her blog post "Creating an Awesome Freelancing Space Outdoors" on the WriterAccess blog was chosen as the post of the week.

Her blogging experience gave her the knowledge needed to create a professional webinar discussing blogging for libraries, which she presented in an online session for the Nebraska Library Commission.


A highly focused article writer, Miranda averages 1000 words a day for online clients and brick-and-mortar businesses. She consistently completes tight pieces of copy based on target audiences with a short turn around.

Product Description

Miranda loves to write product descriptions. Stemming from her childhood spent reading toy and home goods catalogs, Miranda continues to envision new and exciting ways to use products. For example, she frequently writes about odd ball ways to use window treatments, bath towels and bathroom accessories.

Web Page

Miranda is the creator/writer at her professional website, which includes her personal writing blog. Additionally, she has set up a static blog page for the Platte Public Library.

Twitter Post

As the social media manager for a sociology website, Miranda was in charge of determining and posting the most exciting and relevant Tweets for the website. Using software, such as SavePublishing, Tweriod and Buffer, Miranda was able to create a schedule of Tweets published during the times when the website's Twitter audience was most active.

Facebook Post

She writes Facebook posts like a pro by noting impressive keywords, tossing in business names and by demanding attention from the audience. Miranda has written Facebook posts for clients here at WA, as well as for private clients of whom she is the social media manager.

Press Release

Miranda frequently writes press releases for online clients, as well as for community events and library programs for the Platte Public Library. As the library's co-director and advertising executive, she is responsible for all press releases published in regional newspapers and online.


She completed grant proposals and applications while working as an intern during graduate school in sociology for a nonprofit, Catholic Social Charities. Miranda has also written grant proposals and applications as a librarian at the Platte Public Library.


Miranda has developed brochures for multiple clients including The Haven Rape Crisis Center, Yearwood Farms, Platte Public Library, and private clients via WriterAccess. She typically uses the templates available via Word Office, but has access to templates via Gimp and other open software.


Miranda is currently writing a biography for a client, titled "The Million Dollar Frying Pan," as well as rewriting a fictional novel titled "In Deep" that she plans to self-publish in 2013.


Miranda developed a webinar about using social media in a rural library setting. Her webinar was chosen for international presentation by the Nebraska Library Commission's Big Talk from Small Libraries online conference. Representing her hometown of Platte, SD and the Platte Public Library, Miranda focused her webinar on how to use blogging for promoting the library and for reaching a greater audience.

Annual Report

As the co-director of the Platte Public Library, one of Miranda's duties is the annual report. This report is managed by the South Dakota State Library. Miranda collects and reports the annual data, which includes financial statements, circulation numbers, and board details. She also analyzes and interprets the data, which is comparable to all other libraries in the state, in order to make budgetary decisions and for marketing efforts.

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