I am a freelance writer with a master’s degree in history. I write for a variety of local newspapers, magazines, and websites. I’m a former editor of one of my favorite local websites, The Flume. I live in Jacksonville, FL with my wife and two kids.
My husband and I have been married since we were kids and have three kids. We do most of our photography on the ground, which is why we are writing this blog post. I have a knack for being able to find a couple of great places to hang out while I’m in town.
I was a college professor for a while and taught middle school Spanish, but I haven’t taught in the past five years. I have been traveling a lot and am trying to figure out how to get back into writing full time. I have a degree in History and have been writing all my life. I have a number of articles on my website, and I have a couple of articles published in local newspapers. I have a couple of short stories and a mystery in the works.
I also have a really awesome online job writing for an award-winning online magazine. It’s called “The Journal of the American Medical Association.” I manage their writers’ board and editing, and I also manage their content marketing team, but I do freelance writing, as well.
I have a couple of articles published in local newspapers. I also have a couple of short stories in the works.
I’m actually going to be starting a new job soon, working on a magazine. I’ve been offered a few freelance opportunities, but I’m still hoping to land a full-time writing gig. I have some short stories in my head, though, and I think they might be ready to come out sometime soon.
This could be a good place to get some writing jobs, or it could be a great place to land your first full-time writing job. I suppose I could always do both, but the thought of writing full-time every day is just not something I’d want to do.
I think it is possible to work full-time and still write fiction. I remember finishing my short story “I’m Gonna Walk It Out” and feeling like I had accomplished something. I had finished something, and my writing career was over. However, I think I have to admit I can write fiction without a full-time writing gig.
I don’t mean to imply that it is possible to work full-time. I mean, all that I know about writing is that I don’t have to do anything, it’s just that I can do it. This is a huge part of the life of my writing career and writing.