I like to write.
As far as I can remember, I’ve enjoyed writing. I also like to share what I write with others. For a while I’ve blogged at other locations (like here, where I post more academic, research-driven work regularly or here where I talk about what it’s like to write a dissertation) and tweeted like it’s no one’s business, but I didn’t have a personal blog where I could post my organized thoughts on other issues unrelated to sound and to the dissertation process. My desire to write was the reason why I decided to become an English major in the first place. After years of writing to fulfill requirements, I am writing because I want to.
My posts run the gamut, but I promise to keep things interesting.Showing up to work is half the battle, I will try to post at least twice a month. Oh, and my views are mine alone and no one else’s, don’t worry.
New here? Check out the most popular posts so far, starting with the most popular:
- “Life Happens (Or, My Commitment to Grad School)”
- “My Fear of Commitment”
- “New Homes, Old Homes (Or, What Happens When You Leave Home?)”
- “Our Bodies, Our Selves (Or, Body After Baby)”
- “Listening to the City”
Okay, what else goes on around here?
I’m a freelance editor, and I have my rates here too.
I’m a blogger at other venues online. I keep a log of those posts on this page.
I’m a writing coach; I’ve worked mostly with academics, but I’m happy to work with all kinds of writers too. I consider myself a cheerleader, a voice of reason, a sounding board, a devil’s advocate, and a wordsmith. I help writers figure out where all those ideas in their head are going. You can read more about that here. The initial hour-long consultation is free.
It’s not fair that I enjoy working with writers so much. But, hey, life isn’t fair, or so people say.
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