In 2017, Melissa Uhles and Amber Roshay teamed up to create Pen and Parent. We offer freelance writing services for online and print magazines, blogs, ghost writing, and web content.
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Melissa is the author of three novels , a children's picture book and co-author of How to Make a Living as a Writer. She’s co-founder and writer for Pen & Parent. In addition, she’s been published online at The Pennyhoarder, Today Parenting Community, Rage Against the Minivan, Momastery, Yahoo Voices, and Red Tricycle. Her print articles have appeared in Salient and You Need Not Walk Alone Magazine. She’s also written and produced short film scripts and plays.
She’s published content in the following subjects: parenting, relationships, food, travel, film/t.v. and frugal living. In addition, she’s worked with nonprofit and small business clients to create compelling blogs, web content and other collateral sales content.
Note: Some content writing has been ghost-written and she cannot share those clips. Here are a variety of clips to give you an idea of her style.
Today Parenting: Things I Wish I'd Enjoyed More Before Getting Pregnant
Amber is a parent and writer living in San Diego. She is the author of two novels and co-author of How to Make a Living as a Writer. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from California College of the Art in San Francisco. Her work has been published in Parent.co, The Write Life, You and Me Magazine, WOW! Women on Writing, and more. When she's not writing or parenting, she teaches English at the University of California San Diego.
Areas of expertise are: parenting, writing, education, health, and humor. In addition, she’s worked with nonprofits, colleges, and universities to create curriculum, newsletters, and other collateral sales content.
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