Amanda writes a great deal of humor but also is interested in writing heartfelt personal essays. She is also qualified for legal writing and professional publications. She can break down complicated subjects into easy-to-digest parts and can speak to a variety of audiences.
While Amanda can write for a professional crowd, she also loves discussing more domestic matters like cooking, gardening, parenting, and homemaking.
Amanda graduated law school in 2001 and has been in practice ever since.
Amanda has been an attorney for 20 years and has written extensively in this market.
Amanda has two children and has written and blogged extensively on the concept of motherhood, and since she also has a blended family can write about the idea of being a step-mother and how well (or not well) families blend in this modern age. She also writes about juggling motherhood and work and how difficult that juxtaposition can be in our era. Being a parent - whether a mother or father - changes a person. She's here to capture all the various facets of change, and how we grow as a result.
Amanda has written a number of humor pieces in various websites, but tends to weave in humor regardless of the publication. Humor is a great connector of people and encourages people to continue reading on through a piece. But when it comes to heartfelt writing, she can also dig deep, using her skills as a lawyer to work toward a compelling end. But even in this, there is room to laugh. To laugh through tears is a great gift.
Amanda is great at writing short funny blog posts.
Amanda has a very funny ear and can draft posts very well.