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I have been an avid blogger for roughly eight years now. I first started with hand-coded HTML blogs and have since tried Blogger, WordPress, and many other blogging platforms. I love writing and love blogging, and would love to make this a full-time job, instead of just a hobby. You can see examples of my work at the following links:
I will also be more than happy to write custom posts if you would like more specific examples of a certain style of writing.
Interested parties may contact Megan at megami [dot] san [at] gmail [dot] com.
Professional blogger and freelance writer with contracts such as The New York Times’ About.com site for writers, All Diva Media and local and regional magazine writing is seeking **1 or 2** additional blogging contracts. Resume can be found at www.gardenwallpublications.com
/PDF/res/pdf and current blogs and samples can be found at http://www.gardenwallpublicati ons.com/Index_files/page0001 .htm
You may reach Allena at gwpublications [at] gmail [dot] com.
Author of seven books and counting, six on golf – one, a 200+ page illustrated history on Texas banking, a subject I still don’t know anything about (Just wanted to see if I could do it, and the money was good).
Sports talk host (current): longest-running sports show on the all-sports station (Austin, TX, y’all). AM 1300, The Zone, KVET-AM, Clear Channel. Since June ’97. Named “Best Golf Radio Show in Texas.”
Latest book: Golf Unplugged. (“Here is writing that’s subtle, thoroughly self-effacing and informative.” Golfweek 8.25.07)
Contributed five times a week for three years to AOL’s first Greenhouse Project, iGOLF as Senior Writer.
Two-time winner of the Southern Texas PGA Media/PR Award; five time nominee. Have covered the Masters, Ryder Cup, U.S. and British Open.
In 2007, visited Wales, Canada (twice), La Costa, Mid Pines, Scottsdale, Tahoe. Golf World was once nice enough to single out my travel writing as â€œthe stuff no one else has.â€ The book Golf on the Web cited my humor and commentary as â€œThe best of the bunch.â€
First book, coauthored, Golf Etiquette, received four stars from Golf Magazine, and was endorsed by Harvey Penick, Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw. Paul Harvey called it: â€œThe first and last word on how properly to behave on and off the golf course.â€ Also in 2007, The Gigantic Book of Golf Quotations, ed.
Six handicap, if only I could play to it. Contributor to NPR (“Sound Clips”), Wall Street Journal, Golf, Golfweek, On the Links, Spirit.
Member, Golf Writers Association of America since 1989.
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Jim can also be found at Golf Digress; contact him at JWApfel [at] aol [dot] com.