Client List

Over the years, my freelance writing skills have enabled me to attract work from a broad spectrum of trade and consumer publications, including:

Cincinnati Magazine, Cincinnati Beacon, MOD Magazine, Dartnell Teamwork Publications (serving as interim editor for several of this company’s business-to-business newsletters), Practice Manager, Military Retailer, PWC Magazine, Rental Management, Law Enforcement Technology, PI Magazine, HairColor & Design, Produce Business, American Food & Ag Exporter, NFIB.com, Pizza Today, Pet Business, Hospitals & Health Networks, Aquatics International, Crittenden Golf Journal, Funworld,  Pool & Spa News, QSR, and Wildfire Management.

I also provide proofing and editing services to several publishing clients, including Law Tech Custom Publishing and MOD Magazine, as well as to individuals who require editing and proofing services for correspondence, business letters, websites and online profiles, which I also write.

My research expertise and writing skills have also brought me to the attention of other writers who have interviewed me for articles appearing in Cornell Alumni Magazine, Cincinnati Magazine, the Los Angeles Times newspaper and the Houston Press.

Clients Are Pleased

“Excellent. I rarely say “excellent” to freelancers. But when one actually does deliver on the predictable litany of promises, I am a happy guy and glad to pass it on.”
Brian Alm, former editor, Rental Management magazine.

“Excellent! I’m a genius for assigning this difficult story to such a splendid writer, doncha think?”
Jeff Beckner, former editor, PWC magazine

“Pamela, another terrific job!”
Len Hochberg, editor Aquatics International magazine.

“Pamela, you did a great job on the conflict resolution in restaurants article. Thanks for the good work,”

Jeremy White, editor-in-chief, Pizza Today magazine.


Stakeholders Are Pleased

Because of my background in public relations and marketing, I help magazines maintain good relationships with advertisers and other stakeholders as the following comments illustrate: 

“This is one of the best articles on David Adams that I’ve seen. Thanks for the terrific coverage.”
Tina Thomson, PR consultant, Aveda Global Communications.

“I want to congratulate you on your excellent article “Snack Attack.” I especially like your opening paragraph. It points out right away the challenge that every food manufacturer is facing today.”
Alan Huang, sales manager, Oberto Sausage Company.

“Congratulations on a terrific outcome related to your article on drowning. You have accomplished something that the American Red Cross, the American Heart Association, and the Institute of Medicine could not.”
Jerome Modell, M.D., associate vice president, University of Florida College of Medicine.

“The accuracy and fairness and balanced view with which you have reported on the military commissary system and the Defense Commissary Agency are greatly appreciated. Your articles certainly contributed to a better informed employee and public.”
Richard E. Beale, Jr., director, Defense Commissary Agency.

“I just received two copies of Successful Supervisor newsletter. You did a great job on that article! I have a brother, he’s an attorney, who refuses to be interviewed because he’s been misquoted so often. I will have to tell him that there are some highly accurate writers out there!”
Christine Pearson, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC.

My objective is to give you one less project (and writer) to worry about.
e-mail: pms@charter.net
phone: (562) 290-0406


Published clips, editor references, and resume are available upon request.