Health and nutrition, fitness, real estate, country living, literature, writing, self-publishing, retail, customer service
Maggie loves writing fiction for Kindle devices. As an English professor, she is passionate about literature and about helping students learn to write well.
In addition to writing, Maggie is an avid runner who dabbles in other exercise regimes. Running brings peace of mind to Maggie, but it also helps her stay healthy.
Healthy living is a topic about which Maggie is passionate. Since her daughter became a vegan, Maggie has become a student of nutrition in order to support that choice. If she doesn't already know about a health and nutrition topic, she welcomes the opportunity to learn about it.
Having only recently moved to a rural environment, Maggie is open to learning and writing about country living and other outdoor-centered topics.
Maggie also enjoys writing for Realtors. As a former navy wife, she has bought and sold many homes, and she understands the dos and don'ts of the process.
Finally, Maggie has supplemented her income with a commission-based retail job. She is happy to writing about the retail environment as well as about any type of customer service business.
Maggie studied at English at the University of Montevallo, where she received her Master's degree with highest honors (4.0).
At Montevallo, she won a fiction contest open to the entire student body. She also won an important award given by the Alabama College English Teachers' Association for a paper on a pedagogical topic.
Maggie is certified to teach middle and high school English.
Maggie has written about several categories of consumer goods. She has worked in and written about consumer goods as they relate to fashion. However, about half of these articles concern mobile phones, cars, and insurance.
Maggie is an expert seamstress with an emphasis on handmade elegance, such as fine embroidery, ribbon embroidery, smocking, and the like. Although she has not written extensively on this subject, Maggie would welcome the opportunity to work in this niche.
Maggie is a certified professional educator with years of experience teaching English at community colleges. Most of her writing in this industry has involved private schools and colleges.
Maggie write about the entertainment industry when customers approach her with ideas. She enjoys learning about industry trends even though she leads a fairly quiet life, preferring books to celebrity gossip.
Maggie works in an upscale women's clothing boutique when she isn't writing or teaching. Insider knowledge of the fashion industry makes Maggie an ideal choice for fashion-related articles.
Since she enjoys running and occasional lifting, Maggie loves writing about health and fitness. Writing about fitness gives Maggie an opportunity to be on the cutting edge of trends. More importantly, she learns new techniques for avoiding injury while getting the most from exercise.
Maggie is very interested in health and fitness. Her daughter is a vegan, her father has celiac disease (gluten intolerance), and she battles her weight. These lifestyle issues ensure that Maggie constantly learns new ways to keep her family healthy.
Many of Maggie's home-living articles involve decorating or updating parts of the home. Other articles focus on money-saving ideas that help families make the most of each dollar. Still other articles explore ways that families can actively work towards having the tight-knit bond that leads to long-term happiness.
Maggie was a full-time parent for 17 years, making family-focused articles a perfect fit for her own life experience. She's written many articles on family life. Some are practical, such as how to pack a diaper bag and some are pure fun, such as how to have a backyard campout.
Maggie is more interested in how to manage small teams than in how to manage large organizations. Therefore, her articles focus on a team-building approach to management.
Maggie wants to take her writing to the next level with marketing-centered copywriting. To this end, she has written the entire search engine optimized (SEO) website text for a local boutique kennel. She is also committed to writing more marketing articles like the one she published on using Twitter to grow one's business.
Maggie has long been interested in nutrition, but that interest has only grown as she learns more important information from her nutritionist daughter. Maggie writes primarily about food that works well in vegan and gluten-free lifestyles. Perhaps her biggest passion, however, is the one food that gives her the most trouble: sugar. Since knowledge is power, Maggie loves learning and writing about how sugar hurts our bodies.
Maggie's largest pet project was writing the search engine optimized (SEO) text for a local boutique kennel; however, she has written other articles about horses and dogs. Puppy training is an area of particular interest since a well-trained puppy leads a happy and healthy life.
Maggie leads a team of writers who provide high "click through rate" titles and associated articles for a conservative blogger. Maggie finds writing these articles to be fun and educational. While her titles may be sensational, her articles are well researched. She is confident that while the titles have a conservative slant, the articles offer valuable information to readers.
Maggie writes about several areas that affect real estate, including mortgages, remodeling, home staging, and moving. Maggie spent 20 years moving around the country every two years when she was a military spouse, giving her an insider's approach? to this multi-faceted business sector.
Maggie has traveled through most of the United States as well as parts of both Eastern and Western Europe. Her favorite travel topic is Hawaii since she lived there for four years.
Maggie has written several articles about how to save money on utilities. She has also addressed alternate forms of energy generation, such as how and in which parts of the country individual wind turbines can save UK homeowners money.
Although she has only written a few articles about women, Maggie is very interested in how women can make the most of their busy lives. As an English professor, Maggie is also well versed in the feminist lens of literary criticism and can use this skill to address serious feminist issues.
Most of Maggie's work has involved ghostwriting blog posts for a variety of customers. She is comfortable in many industries, such as home renovation, nutrition, saving money, real estate, law, and many more. Maggie's own blog contains musings about the Florida panhandle, a region that will feature prominently in her upcoming novel.
Maggie wrote the entire SEO optimized text for a local boutique kennel. In addition, she has written many landing pages for a variety of businesses, such as landscapers, contractors, schools, realtors, and many more.
Maggie is ready to break into the copywriting genre. Her first project was a trifold pamphlet for a specialty bakery, and her second was a flyer for a local clothing boutique. After those small projects, she wrote the content for an entire website.