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A former newspaper journalist, Chelsea Adams is a freelance writer specializing in health, wellness and lifestyles topics. A native Tennessean, she makes her home in the Midwest with her husband and two daughters. Learn more about her transition from the mountains to the prairie at http://wichitawesome.blogspot.com.
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Ruth de Jauregui was originally trained as a graphic artist and began writing while working as a book designer for Bill Yenne at American Graphic Systems. While working for Bill, she wrote her first two books, "Ghost Towns" and "100 Medical Milestones That Shaped World History." de Jauregui's latest book is "50 Fabulous Tomatoes for Your Garden." It is the first of a series of full color gardening ebooks that provide the history, description and seed or plant sources for the featured plants. It also has a how to grow section with information on germinating, transplanting, watering and fertilizing the tomatoes. She also wrote "The Soul of California - Cooking for the Holidays," which features her own California Soul recipes for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and Super Bowl Sunday. While working on her latest books, she continues providing informational and how-to articles published on websites such as SFGate, AZ Central, DailyPuppy, LiveStrong, PawNation, eHow and more.
Jenny Green is a freelance writer who loves writing about her obsessions: science, gardening, animals and travel. Her work has been published in SFGate, Opposing Views, Synonym.com, Diva, Perihelion, Lamplight and many other websites and magazines.
Donna has more than two decades of experience in marketing, communications, writing and media, and about half of that time has been in higher education, most recently as director of integrated communications at Elizabethtown College (2010-2015) in Pennsylvania. She speaks at higher education and publishing conferences, writes an adult learner recruiting column for Wiley, and has contributed to Currents (a higher education trade publication), Guardian Higher Education Network, The Writer, mental_floss, Games World of Puzzles, and others. Her creative nonfiction appears in The Los Angeles Review and The Los Angeles Times. She authored a chapter in mStoner's Social Works. Donna teaches or has taught about branding and digital identity in several graduate creative writing programs. She has an MFA in creative writing and an MBA.