Freelance writer and editor with a PhD in English (Children's Literature/Fantasy), many years of experience teaching writing, and a professional portfolio that includes direct mail copywriting for nonprofits, content writing, and editorial services.
Precise Words Copywriting is a professional creative services company specializing in providing copywriting and editorial services to nonprofit organizations, small businesses, and others. I write (and ghostwrite) blog posts and articles, and provide editorial services to universities and other clients.
For five years I worked as a direct mail copywriter, editor, and copy chief/supervisor for a direct mail marketing firm specializing in fundraising for nonprofit organizations. I honed my skills writing and editing hundreds of direct mail fundraising letters, helping to raise millions of dollars for national nonprofit organizations like Mothers Against Drunk Driving and Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. This job taught me how to use storytelling to evoke response, how to develop a unique voice, how to ghostwrite and represent the views of others, and how to meet strict deadlines.
Disaster recovery planning, while not an entirely new concept, has gained increased attention since the events of September 11th and the formation of the Department of Homeland Security. The topic, however, has not become well rooted in the nonprofit community. Disaster Recovery Planning for Nonprofits is a unique and timely book that is geared specifically towards the nonprofit sector. This t... read more
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Coretta Scott King Honor author/artist Baba Wague Diakite and his 12-year-old daughter, Penda, create a charming, original adventure story about losing a first tooth while visiting family in Mali. More than anything, Amina wants to lose her loose tooth while visiting her family in Mali, West Africa. Only then can she put it under a gourd for the African tooth fairy, who will exchange it for tw... read more
The past few years mark a growing scholarly interest in African children's literature in the United States. Several books have recently been published on the subject, and the number of papers on African children's literature presented at conferences or published in scholarly journals also seems to have increased. These publications are becoming more and more sophisticated as scholars move away... read more
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