I am a longtime writer and editor at national magazines, web sites and a major daily newspaper; compose marketing text for businesses’ websites, blogs, and B-to-B and B-to-C materials; ghost-write books. Schooled and active in social-media/digital content creation and promotion; write high-quality content with little or no supervision; thrive in a fast-paced environment; have an extremely flexible schedule to meet journalism’s erratic demands; play well with others and have a great sense of humor.
I've been on staff at and freelanced for TV Guide, Playgirl, Westchester Magazine, InStyle and 914 Inc., a website (Gist.com, a TV-themed Website that Entertainment Weekly once named one of America's 10 best) and Us Magazine(before it became trashy). I have penned articles—small, medium and large—about a vast array subjects.
If you need a writer who is pleasant to work with and skilled at writing just about anything, please contact me.
I spent more than six years as a staff writer and reporter in the Life & Style section of The Journal News (owned by the Gannett/USA Today Network), which is the most respected and widely circulated daily newspaper in Westchester County (directly above New York City). I also ghost-write and edit books and manuscripts.
Please see my extensive writing samples at JennyHiggons.Contently.com.
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I also write B-2-B and B-2-C marketing materials, please think of me for your next project, such as web copy, a case study, video script, press release, newsletter, brochure, advertorial or e-mail auto-responder series.
Topics I've Covered
Movies, TV, real estate, cosmetics, plastic surgery, child actors, breast cancer, restaurants, "road rage," shopping, exclusive homes, spa treatments, vacation destinations, folks with unusual jobs, cooking, tourist attractions, volunteerism, Manhattan's “high society,” psychics, health, consumer products and luxury goods. I've also provided in-person coverage of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden, the opening of the Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and Fan Fair (Nashville's annual, seven-day country music festival).