My name is John Michael Earnest. I’m a writer and an editor. Earnestwords.com is my writing portfolio site and my blog. I write website copy – but I’m a writer, so I’ll write about anything. In specific formats, I have the following writing experience: Web Copy? I have 3 years experience. Journalism? 5 years experience. Storytelling? 22 years (I’m 24). I pay painstaking attention to detail; I’m an excellent planner; I’ve got great interpersonal skills; I’m honest (earnest, even); I’ve got a great sense of humor; and I care deeply about everything that I do. I also really like stories, especially the stories about how you became who you are. I also like the one about what your company does and why it does it that way. Everyone has an interesting story; that story just needs to be told. Links to work, resume, etc. If you’re interested in reading work that I have done, you find links here. If you’re interested in my experience, you can read an online resume here. If you’re interested in getting your story told, you can contact me here. My Story (in brief) I graduated from UCLA in 2009 with a degree in English. Iu0026hellip;
Published writing samples. You could also look at entries on this blog if you’re interested in seeing how I write. Columns Columnist looks back: A fond reminiscence on my time at UCLA and with the Daily Bruin. Is Karl Dorrell Robin Hood?: In which I compare Karl Dorrell, UCLA’s head football coach, to Robin Hood. Martial Arts Learning Experience Continues: Part 2 of my adventures with Taekwondo at UCLA. Club Offers Ample Kicks: Part 1 of my adventures with Taekwondo at UCLA. Articles NCAA Championship Or Bust: 2009 softball season preview. Softball begins quest for 12th National Championship: 2008 NCAA preview, UCLA softball. UCLA softball won its 12th National Championship in 2010, after I graduated. Pitcher takes team to top level: Profile of star pitcher Anjelica “Jelly” Selden.
You can reach me with your questions, comments, and concerns by using the following form. [contact_form]
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