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Content Writer - Renee Dodd

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Renee Dodd has worked as an adjunct college professor, a museum PR associate, and a library circulation manager, but now focuses her energies on being a courteous, hardworking content writer who never misses a deadline.

Renee’s MFA in Fiction from the University of Houston and experience writing her published historical novel, A Cabinet of Wonders, nicely complements her years of working as a freelancer. She loves finding the ideal way to communicate a client’s purpose through powerful prose in whatever voice is best suited to the web content, blog post, article, white paper, marketing copy, ghostwriting, or press release assigned. She also enjoys rewriting the existing content that a client wants to see elevated in polish, personality, and professionalism.
Although Renee loves learning about something entirely new for a writing assignment, she does have a particular interest in writing about addiction and recovery, medicine, psychology, health and fitness, mental health, self-care, art, DIY, design, lifestyle, sociology, history, tarot cards, creativity, and parenting.

Renee currently lives in Columbus, Georgia with her family. When she’s not writing for work, reading for fun, watching RuPaul’s Drag Race, or doing crafts with her daughter, you can usually find her enjoying her side hustles of Tarot reading and creating designs as AnwynnT for her TeePublic store.

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