The heart and soul of a community is contained in its newspapers, while newsletters offer a simple yet effective way of reaching a target audience. Although these are two very different types of publication, both are essential to the communication of pertinent information.
- "Winn Attributes UPCC Success to Interested Residents"
This article in University Edition illustrates my ability to write on local themes within the Denver area, where I have lived since 1986.
- "Edible Arrangements: Gifts That Look Good and Taste Great"
Canít find a local writer? Not a problem! My advanced research skills enable me to write authoritatively about other communities, as this article in the Pennsylvania-based Pocono Xpress demonstrates.
- "Dana Cain's Collectors Supershow Offers Something for Everyone"
One of my favorite hobbies, doll collecting, has also become a niche in which I specialize.
- "Child in All of Us Finds Happiness at Toy Show"
Many readers of community papers and specialty publications enjoy reading about local events, such as this toy show I covered for AntiqueWest.
- "10 E-Z Steps to Making Money on eBay"
Newsletter articles should entertain as well as inform, as does this article for Auction-News..