History, Writing for children. Taking higher level content and turning it into more understandable "layman's" or elementary level content.
women's history, unusual (strange) history, music, pop culture.
Graduating with a bachelor of science degree from Fitchburg State University in 1991, Asselin majored in Communication/Media and minored in Film Production. She spent much of her time writing short scripts, working on student films, and volunteering for new student orientation and college event planning.
As a graduate student at UConn, Asselin worked full time in the Department of Campus Activities, honing her skills as an event planner and student counselor.
As a editorial consultant, Asselin works with individual writer clients to revise their first pages and query letters for agents and editors for consideration.
Asselin has written several non-fiction books on a variety of historical periods for the elementary school library market.
Asselin is a grant writer by training, working currently for a community college in central Massachusetts.
Asselin has written a number of speeches for regional conferences, school presentations as well as local municipal presentations for herself and others to deliver.
Asselin has written blog posts for a number of unpaid clients including Writers Digest and the online writers' conference WriteOnCon.