Lynda McDaniel
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My writing has earned me membership in the American Society of Journalist and Authors (ASJA).

 

 

"I really enjoy working with you.  I always know that you will take a topic, work hard on it, get it back by deadline, and give me something that will teach readers something of value."                                                           -- Carol Kline, editor

Journal of the American Chiropractic Association (JACA)

 

 

Feature writing:

  • Newsstand Magazines -- With a keen eye for detail and a commitment to deadlines, I have enjoyed a wide variety of assignments from editors of  publications such as AmericanStyle, Country Living, Washingtonian, Destinations, and Southern Living.  My specialties include craft and art, food and restaurants, home and garden, as well as corporate-executive and artist profiles  

  • Trade and Association Magazines -- Business-to-business writing has been an important component of my career.  Organizations I have written for include American Society of Association Executives, National Restaurant Association, and the American Chiropractic Association.  (View samples...)

  • Columnist -- My monthly food column, "Word of Mouth," ran in the Free Lance-Star daily newspaper in Fredericksburg, Va., a suburb of Washington, D.C. The column shared my personal view of cooking and eating, explored regional foods, and profiled local cooks and food artisans. (View samples...)

  • Books --  Writing books is challenging, but the task gets a lot easier when the topics are nature and travel. (View selections...)

Teapots in

the 21st Century

 

Tea drinking in America is steaming up, and so is collecting teapots

When the first teapot was fashioned centuries ago, the first collector couldn’t have been far behind.  This charming, versatile vessel has away of capturing our interest, not only with its promise of a steaming cup of tea but also with its seemingly unlimited potential for individual expression.
 

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Beyond PowerPoint

Before computers began generating images pulsating with color and graphics, before overhead projections added multiscreen backdrops to presentations, there were simple speakers.  Orators actually—people who spoke passionately and effectively to their audiences...

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