Cindy specializes in informative articles of about 500 to 1,000 words. Many of my articles speak directly to the reader, presenting information in a useful, personalized way. If needed, she can make articles that are more encyclopedic in nature and has a great deal of experience with this type of writing.
Cindy also works with a number of academic clients, creating projects and documents that include references, footnotes, lists of works cited, table, graphs, and charts.
She lives in a very remote mountainous area, and is interested in many things related to living in such a place. Pets, livestock, gardening, hydroponics and aeroponics are a few of the things that appeal to her. Wildlife and conservation are also of interest, as are photography, family topics and writing in general. She also enjoys TV and many movies.
Ms. Nichols studied management information systems, a blend of management skills and computer knowledge. The degree is very business-oriented but has a strong technological component.
Ms. Nichols attended Washington State University and received a four-year degree in general studies, with an English major and a fine arts minor.
Cindy has experience with gardening, and is particularly interested in the use of earthworms for composting. She also uses hydroponics and aeroponics as a method of indoor gardening, and finds these are an interesting and easy way to start cuttings and grow herbs, lettuce, and other greens.
Cindy has extensive experience with pets of all kinds, both traditional and the more exotic. She raised and showed Newfoundland dogs for many years, plus she has experience as a dog trainer and veterinary assistant. Her articles have appeared in the AKC Gazette, and she currently has articles appearing on the Daily Puppy and eHow Pets websites.
Cindy has experience with a variety of finance subjects, particularly IRAs, 401(k) plans and other kinds of retirement funding. Her work appears on the Motley Fool website as well as sites such as Chron and eHow Money. She finds it rewarding to make difficult subjects easy for readers to understand.
Cindy has researched and written on recycling topics, and she is particularly interested in such things as using earth worms to recycle paper and household waste. She has taught people in her town how to make and use worm bins for small scale recycling tasks. She also advocates the use of recycled materials in both home and garden projects.
Cindy has been writing full time for many years and has created hundreds of articles on many different topics during that time. She always writes to the client's title and content specifications. Some of her work uses my pseudonym "Cindy Quarters" while other work either has no byline or is given the client's name as a byline. She uses only the best references and resources for creating articles and always cross-references to ensure the reliability and validity of information.