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2008 mug smirkingHere’s where you’ll find all things related to all the different hats I wear, from magazine journalist and freelance business copywriter to fiction writer and voice actor. If that sounds like a lot, you’re right! I stay pretty busy, but never too busy to talk to potential clients about how I can help them with my particular set of storytelling skills – both in print or by voice – or to engage with readers of my fiction. Feel free to poke around, click wherever you like and find out more about what I do and why I do it.

 

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Journalism

What does nearly 30 years as a professional journalist get you? The chops to tell nearly any story for a wide variety of publications, including nationally recognized newspapers and magazines.

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Write On Time LLC

Write On Time provides business and non-profit clients with high-quality, magazine- and newspaper-style writing; marketing, advertising, web and print copy; radio scripting; white papers; customer testimonials; ghostwriting; newsletter writing and editing; and social media management. Projects are priced out on a package basis, making it easier for you to budget without worrying about skyrocketing hourly billing.

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Voice Acting

Whether you’re looking for video narration, voice over for TV or radio commercials, character voices, or a great audiobook interpretation of your published work, I’m your guy. I bring a fresh, energetic sound for those projects that require a fun, friendly, dad- or husband-next-door sound.

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Novel Pursuits

I write fun, fantastic fiction that’s described as the sort of thing that might result if  “Tom Robbins, Christopher Moore, William Gibson and Robert Heinlein got together one night, had a few beers, started joking around and decided to collaborate on a book.” My first novel, Immaculate Deception, was published by Codorus Press in 2010. I’m working on the next novel, the first of a mystery/suspense/paranormal comedy series, called Mystery White Boy, featuring the unusual adventures of small-town newspaper reporter Bond DeLoach.

2 Comments

  1. Hi Scott,
    Really enjoyed your article about Ray. I went to see the display as a kid and always wondered who made it. Now, I take my sons every year. We take a picture with Bob and Tiny Tim; it’s like our measuring stick! Isn’t it amazing how the curmudgeons often have the most influence on some people. I too worked for a guy like Ray, rough and rude, but with a good heart. Nice article, thanks, Brian McKinney.

  2. Thanks, Brian. I actually added a little follow-up piece on my blog to accompany the Inquirer essay and give a little more perspective on Ray’s influence on my writing. Please check it out.

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