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**Send a message to discuss custom rates** Katelynne would love to help you with basic SEO blogs, informational articles, and product descriptions. She also dabbles in project management and content strategy, but her favorite thing to do is make clients happy. "As a digital native and professional writer, I love helping clients achieve their goals and bring their ideas to life through expertly written, high-quality content," says Katelynne. Experienced in the marketing, education, personal finance, and parenting industries, Katelynne has been working as a full-time writer and editor since 2011. She has written content for Fortune 500 companies, law firms, indie publishers, small-business owners, and mainstream websites. She specializes in the following topics but is always up for a new challenge: *Single parenting *Homebirth *Midwifery *Breastfeeding *Beauty *Health *Fitness *Celebrities and entertainment *Personal finance *Family law *Education
Nancy Lovering is a Canadian writer who specializes in short non-fiction. She has a background in public education, entertainment, finance and business, and is also an avid fitness and health advocate.
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Sandra holds a degree in psychology and a minor in political science from the University of Houston. As a contributor and on-air talent expert for StudioD, her work has appeared on websites such as Livestrong, eHow, Global Post, Modern Mom, and The Classroom. She has a rich, diverse background working in the mental health and teaching fields. She is also a screenwriter, actor, and former corporate language trainer. Her screenplay, “Hyde Park,” received an honorable mention in the Fort Bend Writer's Guild First Ten Screenplay and Novel Competition. In 2009, Sandra was awarded a poetry fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, and her short story, “Running on Fumes in 1999,” was published by Crack the Spine Literary Magazine in May 2014. She was a quarter-finalist and semi-finalist for the 2016 Mary Ballard Poetry Prize. Additionally, Sandra's feature script “Article V” was an official selection of the 2015 Oaxaca Film Festival.
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