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kmwylie

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Skills: Clear, concise writing infused with creativity Expert usage of all Microsoft Office Products Firm command of the English language and grammatical skills Familiarity with the following styles: MLA, APA, Chicago and CBE Writing/Editing Experience: Freelance Projects: Current Most of my writing/editing experience has been freelance work. I have included my most recent projects to give you an idea of the variety of tasks I can handle. Client: Various Project: Ghostwriter I have ghostwritten for researchers and other professionals on a variety of topics. The nature of my contracts for these projects prevents me from listing the clients or titles specifically; however, a list of general topics is available upon request. These topics vary from the use of leeches in prevention of skin flap failure to the challenges of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Client: Windstorm Creative Publishing Project: Hiring The Right Candidate: The Best Websites Due to the popularity of my book, Hiring the Right Candidate, a companion book has been written entitled, Hiring the Right Candidate: The Best Websites, and will be released in July 2006. Client: Windstorm Creative Publishing Project: Managing Editor for: The Truth About Aging I was hired by Windstorm as the Managing Editor for Dr. George Roth's non-fiction book, The Truth About Aging. Tasks included full copy editing, layout, assistance with cover design, media kit creation, PR materials, and assistance with scheduling of book tours. Client: Irene Weinberg Project: Screenplay conversion of her book, Love's Eternal Marriage. Working closely with Mrs. Weinberg and her film team, I successfully adapted her true-life novel into an emotion charged screenplay. Client: Dr. Hedy Tasbas Project: One Woman's Story Dr. Tasbas hired me as a ghostwriter to tell her tale of sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. This autobiographical account of more than two decades of discrimination was written to enlighten the public that discrimination still does occur, even in highly prestigious fields, such as the medical profession. Client: Huthwaite Group Project: The Lean Design Solution Mr. Huthwaite was in need of not only professional editing of his manuscript but assistance with content development as well. The challenge was to take what some would perceive to be 'dry' material and imbue life into it. This was accomplished with the use of personal anecdotes throughout the book, relevant to the key principles discussed in each chapter. Client: Home by Design Magazine Projects: Multiple Feature Articles for this Bi-Monthly Publication I have provided HBD with many feature articles for their publication. Pieces have included whole house remodels, specialty rooms, artisan highlights, and more. Client: Frank Johnson Project: The Young Explorers This three-part spec script was written for Mr. Johnson based on a storyline he had envisioned. I was able to successfully take his original ideas and transform them into a marketable movie script, which may end up on the silver screen one day. Client: Windstorm Creative Publishing Project: Hiring The Right Candidate I was contracted by Windstorm Creative to write a book for their Full Spectrum Series entitled, Hiring the Right Candidate. I was able to complete this 200+ page manuscript, including an extensive Reference Section, 3 months ahead of schedule. I'm proud to say that my book has been well received, in the Human Resources industry and has gotten excellent reviews! Client: Life in the Finger Lakes Magazine Project: Skiing in the Finger Lakes Revisited This feature article will be published in the Life in the Finger Lakes Fall 2003 issue. The article spotlights two ski resorts in the Finger Lakes region of New York, as well as the changes in ski technology and the industry as a whole. Included in this article are “ski tips” that novice to expert skiers will find useful. Client: Mr. Brad Johnson Project: Comic Collector's Handbook Articles Two articles were written for Mr. Johnson's book The Comic Collector's Handbook. Although these articles were research intensive, as much of my other work has been, they held a unique challenge in complimenting Mr. Johnson's writing style so the entire book would flow seamlessly. The first article written for this book is entitled My Kids Are Reading What?! A Parent's Guide to Comic Books. This fun and informative article discusses the importance of parental guidance in comic material, as well as safeguards currently in place in the industry. In addition an age appropriate listing of specific in print comics is given as a starting point for parents. The second article written for this book is entitled Downsizing of Comic Book America - From the Silver Screen and Big Screen TVs to 6 1/2" x 10" of Print. Another fun and fresh look into the world of comics, discussing the transition from blockbuster movies and popular television series to comic books. Client: Electric Motorcars Corporation Projects: Marketing Material, Website Content Development, Patent Documentation, Business Proposal Creation, Animation Scripting, and much more My work with Electric Motorcars Corporation included developing a variety of corporate material. Included in these projects are a variety of marketing material including brochures, sales letters and multimedia presentations. I was also in charge of content development for their website, as well as working closely with engineers to develop patent documentation, business plan preparation, biographies for key executives, business presentations, press releases, and newsletter preparation. One of the most interesting projects I have completed for Electric Motorcars is the scripting and development of a marketing animation. Client: Camelot Beyond Borders Project: Salute to Nelson Mandela This project involved a five-page tribute to Mr. Mandela and his historic accomplishment in bringing Apartheid to an end. My responsibilities included the research and writing of this project will be presented, in conjunction with visual media, at Camelot's banquet in February 2002. Client: Camelot Beyond Borders Project: 100 Philanthropists of Our Time This project involved the writing of a 100+ page coffee table book for Camelot Beyond Borders. My responsibilities included the research and writing of 100 of the most influential philanthropists in history. Client: Camelot Beyond Borders Project: Award Presentation Biographies This project included the compilation of biographies for a variety of philanthropists that will be used at Camelot's annual award presentation ceremony. Client: Camelot Beyond Borders Project: Fathers of Philanthropy This project involved a five-minute dialog discussing key figures in the history of philanthropy. The script will be recorded in conjunction with a video to be shown at Camelot's 2001 award gala. Client: Smart Tech Project: Website Content Development and Editing and Advertisement Development This project involved developing and editing existing content for Smart Tech's website, . I also assisted them with the development of several advertisements and correspondence documents. Client: David Sheekwan Project: Book Introduction This project was an introduction for a photography book for the artist David Sheekwan. This was a four-page introduction for Mr. Sheekwan's forthcoming abstract photography book. The challenge was trying to capture the feeling Mr. Sheekwan's images evoke and translate them into words, in addition to implementing the artist's input in the project. Client: Camelot Beyond Borders Project: Website Content Development and Editing and Fundraising Letter Development This project was the development of 30+ pages of web content for Camelot Beyond Borders' new website promoting their philanthropy museum. This project involved intensive research into the lives of both renowned and unknown philanthropists from around the globe. The challenge in this project was condensing a lifetime of humanitarian efforts, of an individual, into short, concise biographies. In conjunction with their new website, CBB was in need of a powerful fundraising letter, requesting donations for the building of their new museum, which I assisted in the development of. Client: KMGi Project: Voice Over Script for Website This project was a voice over script for KMGi. This 10 page script is implemented as voice over for their latest website, , showcasing their unique advertising technology. Unlike my typical writing assignments, other factors had to be taken into consideration in preparation of this script, including the talent's inflection when reading the script, length of time each portion would take, and accurately portraying the cutting edge technology KMGi is developing. Client: Asher Group Project: Website Content Development Developed the website content for the Asher Group's recruiting division highlighting the unique advantages Asher offers to clients. The content for this project had to differentiate Asher from the vast quantities of other recruiters, in a hypercompetitive industry.
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