Debra's specialties include blog posts, SEO/keyword, print articles, essays, product reviews, how-to's, self-help and advice pieces, FAQs and fiction.
Debra has been a medical social worker for almost 20 years and a freelance writer and editor for 15 years. Her books, HOSPICE TAILS, VISITING GRANDMA, and 40 TIPS FOR EASING DEPRESSION SYMPTOMS are available on Amazon. When she is not writing, she loves to read, watch movies, work puzzles, spend time with friends, and play with her cats.
Bachelor of Arts in psychology with an emphasis on clinical issues.
Master's Degree in Social Work with an emphasis on medicine and healthcare.
Work appears on Suite101, Experts123, BellaOnline, the Alliance of Hope. Debra has also ghost-written work on multiple sites.
Writing has appeared on Suite101, Demand Media, Experts 123, BellaOnline, and uncredited ghost-writing projects
Extensive ghost-writing for relationship webs; Work scheduled to appear on Senior Planet and Profiles in Diversity
Debra has ghost-written dozens of articles and blog posts about setting goals, practicing good time-management and organization, and using tools such as relaxation, meditation, and visualizations.
Ghost-written articles and blog posts about buying and selling homes for more than a dozen different employers.
Ghost-wrote copy for dating websites and women's lifestyle websights. Can write for either a straight or lesbian audience.
Ghost-written blog materials for many attorneys. Specialties include bankruptcy, DUI, and criminal defense/trial law.
Debra's work has appeared on Suite 101. She also ghost-wrote a book about French poodles. Her nonfiction book, Hospice Tails, was published in June 2011
Debra maintains a blog directed at freelance writers. She has also edited a blog for suicide survivors. She has ghost-written blog posts on topics ranging from finances to health care.
I have written articles for clients for use both online and in print. Topics have included health, self-help, diversity in the workplace, and elder abuse and neglect.
I have written books about hospice patients and their pets, caring for the homebound patient, employee behavior, and caring for French poodles.