How-to articles, blog posts, ESL conversations, creative writing
Food, travel, literature, animals, politics, table-top gaming, creative writing
Jennifer studied technical writing, creative writing, comparative religions, gender studies, and the history of philosophy.
Jennifer studied gender theory, feminist theory, and British literature.
Jennifer learned about databases, research techniques, organizational tools, and information sources.
Jennifer has written and researched in the food industry for 10 years. She has written how-to articles on recipes from honeysuckle jelly to braising pig’s feet. Over the years, she has researched and explored a variety of cuisines, including Indian, Japanese, Scottish, and Turkish. She's also taken cooking classes in her local community to learn more about various cuisines, such as Turkish food.
Jennifer has written tip and travel articles about visiting places like St. Andrew's, Scotland and Krakow, Poland. She has travelled widely in Europe, though she would like to explore other countries given the opportunity. However, she believes that travel isn't about just visiting a foreign country; rather, it's about finding what's unique in your own backyard because every place has a story.
Jennifer has written blog posts on a wide variety of subjects, including financial topics, travel topics, and nursing education. She has kept personal blogs, as well. She can write posts in a conversational tone or in a more professional tone, depending on the needs of the client and the audience.
Jennifer has written copy for everything from financial websites to commercial websites, as well as how-to websites, working in a variety of subjects. She has worked on sections like bios, "About Us" pages, and homepages, just to name a few. She has also edited copy written by company founders to polish it and make it customer-ready.
Jennifer has provided format editing and copy editing for a number of books, including genres like fantasy, romance, and poetry. In addition, she’s provided editing services for literary magazines, including both reading and editing submissions, as well as working with writers. She has also worked on a fantasy novel, academic theses, and poetry chapbooks as personal projects.