I'm an experienced writer and editor specializing in education, technology, business and health topics.
My articles have appeared in Discover, USNews.com, the Chicago Tribune, CNN.com, AARP Bulletin, Healthgrades.com, MSN.com, Intuit’s Small Business Blog, Office Depot’s business blogs, GetEducated.com, MindShift KQED, Learning Solutions, Workforce Management, Crain's Chicago Business, Smart Computing, Lifescript.com, Neurology Now, and many others.
I’m a contributing writer for the American Psychological Association and write frequently for the National Council of Teachers of English and the Center for Digital Education. I also have written for other trade organizations, associations, custom publishers, marketing agencies, and nonprofit groups.
I'm a skilled interviewer, researcher, and editor, and can provide articles, case studies, white papers, blog posts, social media posts and other editorial content. I also offer copy editing, proofreading, ghostwriting and book collaboration services.
In addition to these editorial services, I co-wrote a memoir for an East German woman about her childhood during and after WWII. "Tilli's Story: My Thoughts Are Free" has been optioned for film and is available in print, Nook and Kindle formats. The book is represented by The Bent Agency in New York.
Please feel free to browse my site. I have examples of my newspaper, magazine, and web articles and blog posts, plus excerpts from my book.
I'd love to hear from you. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet me @lornacollier.