I write ril good.
It is not wise to violate rules until you know how to observe them.
You can take all that to mean I'm comfortable with the rules of writing, and that I'd rather not toot my own horn about it and so instead I broke a rule to look like a bad writer. ⇐ see, breaking even more rules here
My mother is a copyeditor. And spared me no red ink from her editing pen, ever.
Also, the soundtrack of my formative years was NPR.
And you'd never see People or GQ in my parent's home, but you would find TIME, Scientific American and Popular Science.
A Few Places My Words Have Appeared
'About' sections of global pharmaceutical companies and major biotechs
As the event title and annual themes for a company's 3-day conference
Event marketing collateral for HITLAB Innovators Summit
Facebook ads for Michael Smart PR
Cultural values of Stratus Solutions
Nanotech verticals and Slashdot
A whitepaper for AARP
The Hearst Awards
The Daily Universe
Dozens of landing pages
Hundreds of email drip campaigns
Thousands of tweets, Facebook posts and Instagram captions
A growing list of entire websites: