Elisa Doucette, Author at Craft Your Content

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Writers’ Rough Drafts – Episode #77 – Dream Byline on Startup Bonsai featuring Sola Kehinde

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Sola Kehinde is a freelance ghostwriter and content writer for hire. She has a corporate business management background and over 10 years of management experience—leading teams and managing human and material resources for profit. She has also guest-written for Craft Your Content.

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Writers’ Rough Drafts – Episode #76 – How to Pitch Logo.com with Richard Lau & Kari Amarnani

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Richard Lau is the founder and CEO of Logo.com, and Kari Amarnani is a writer for Logo.com. From their website, Logo.com describes their blog as follows: “Our blog is designed to give you inspiration and ideas for your business. We write about logos and design to help you understand how to make the most out of your brand and we interview founders from all kinds of companies to teach and inspire you in building your next business.”

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Writers’ Rough Drafts – Episode #73 – Dream Byline on Pure Michigan featuring Amber Van Karsen

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Amber Van Karsen is a full-time freelance writer from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. She has worked as an executive assistant, a copywriter, and a travel writer. 

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Writers’ Rough Drafts – Episode #70 – Dream Byline on The Atlantic featuring Megan Wildhood

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Megan Wildhood is a neurodiverse writer, a saxophone player, and a registered scuba diver. She is an advocate for those experiencing mental and emotional distress, as her work at a crisis center in the city that is ground-zero of this country’s housing crisis galvanized her to devote more of her vocational and creative efforts on behalf of the marginalized. As shared on her website, “I love words; there is no such thing as ‘just semantics.’ Words are worlds. Words create things and change minds without brain surgery. Words matter.”

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